House across the river from the Simon Pearce Factory.
Looking up river - very pretty.
Looking down river - the drop off under the bridge is a waterfall.
Front doors to Simon Pearce. Very old building - the doors are huge and heavy but look great.
They make "pottery" type dishes along with the glass. This young man is making deep dish pie plates. He was very good. He could talk and work at the same time.
This was one of the employees. Yes, he has bagpipes and he was playing for us. It's a bit blurry because I didn't want to use a flash to take the picture.
A view through a very dirty glass door of the waterfall. They use hydroelectric power at the facility.
Taken with the blackberry (got worried about carrying the large camera around all the glass). These are the glass blowers working. It was fun to watch.
A very blurry picture of the guy heating up the glass in the furnace... from the blackberry.
Barb came out and had lunch with us. Simon Pearce has an excellent restaurant. We had a great time.
She knit socks for me - I love them! Yes, the people who had our house before us really really liked green and that's the carpet in my office... can we say golf green... however the socks show up very well.
Quechee gorge again.
Covered bridge over the river.
One view of the waterfall.
Waterfall. Simon Pearce across the river. The restaurant is the portion jutting over the river. Annoyingly, I got a portion of my sleeve in the way while trying to protect the camera from the mist made by the falls. Oh well.
Churning water at the bottom of the falls.