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Sorry I've been scarce. I've been off taking photos and working on the web site.
I had a few photos of the Haynes House in Fort Wayne, Indiana on my web site from a trip in 2004. I didn't get much time to take them and I didn't want to invade anyone's privacy, so I just snapped a few and then headed for home.
Over the last year I've become friends with someone very close to the Haynes House. This person was kind enough to send me some of their photos to include on my web site until I can get back and take more of my own.
You can find that site HERE.
Additionally, I'm sure many of you are aware, that the Haynes House is now available for holiday rental. The restoration of this home is amazing. All the original furnishings have been rebuilt and put back in the house. The radiant heat works really well. This has got to be one of the most beautiful Usonian homes that I've seen. I'm excited to go and stay there for a weekend in April.
You can find information on renting the Haynes House by clicking HERE.
Thanks for reading. Have a great weekend.