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This year we went to a great performance of Irish Music by The Chieftains with Eileen Ivers, Irish Fiddler, and Cara Butler and Donny Golden, traditional Irish dancers. The Chieftains are celebrating their 36th anniversary this season. They have won six Grammy awards.
Cara Butler and Donny Golden
We stayed overnight with Andre' and Linda Brousseau at The Old Crow Inn outside Danville. Built by John Crow about 1776, the Inn is the oldest stone house west of the Allegheny Mountains. Built to withstand indian attacks, the house has native limestone walls up to two feet thick. Native timbers were cut on the farm to use in building the house. Black Walnut was used for the doors and woodwork, Cherry and American Chestnut for all of the beams, floor joists and rafters and Yellow Poplar and White Ash for the floors. The Inn has 13 rooms plus 3 basements, 2 attic rooms and 5 bathrooms.
Click here to see the Home Page of the Old Crow Inn.
The Old Crow Inn
The Fireplace in the Main Living Room
The Dining Room
The front lawn in Spring
We stayed in the Granary added to the main house about 1800. This room was used at that time for storing grain used for food for the inhabitants of the Inn.
The Granary Bedroom
The Granary Sitting Room
Stone Walls and Walnut Doorway---- Original Walnut door and homemade lock
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