October 21, 2012
Abbey and its family require constant care from the staff.
fall day was the perfect time for a jaunt into to town!
Upon the capture of the
group photo, participants were offered choices for the day.
Our participants were attired similar to costumes of Downton Abbey.
stopped long enough for a photo without the ladies.
With the men of the
group as inspiration, our ladies joined together for a quick photo
Residents of the
school stepped out long enough to take their own photos of us.
|The entry plantings and monument to the property make a lovely setting for a pretty lady's photo.||Miss Loveday sports a cheery hat with veil and feathers, along with comfy muff on this brisk day!|
|Countess Cassimira wears a lovely fur stole over her attire, while a sapphire blue hat lends bright color.||
The delightful Wolfcat family in
look just perfect with their darling daughter!
Mr. & Mrs. Forsstrom are most chic
in their 1920's-inspired attire.
|Mr. & Mrs. Gregg - Looking stylish in custom hats, soutache on lavender coat, and tall riding boots!|
Miss Kimberly, Barbara, and Mary.
Beautiful examples of the styles of the era.
Miss Kimberly wears 1912 attire,
by a Toque hat by Wayne Wichern.
Socialites Lady Victoria and Sir
Harry of Essex were spotted at this gathering as well.
Lady Victoria in 1918 style, is wearing fur (faux) and wool hat.
Sir Harry is wearing frock coat and an Edwardian Homburg hat, available from Hartmeyer.
"I DO declare!" Two new members
Mr. Kamata (wearing vintage spectacles).
Miss Sharon is the picture of chic
and trim in her
stylish Edwardian-era attire!
We set off to onto the next part of our big adventure into town...
After visiting the museum exhibit and
acquiring multiple wonderful finds on antique row,
we found our way to the cozy establishment
called Grassi's Garden Cafe.
Here, we were welcomed by the staff
Inside, our eyes fell on the
We found our way to tables to break
The proprietor, Mr. Ken, served up an assortment of fine refreshments!
Mr. John and Miss Terrolynn (ACSR
of WA) caught up with our group
The sign in the window was fair warning of the hearty, home-style food we would be served...
We had a terrific day off and enjoyed
each other's company!
decided we needed to do this more often
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|Updated Oct. 23, 2012|