Monday, July 04, 2005

Hemingway's Final Home

Is indeed impossible to see from anywhere in Ketchum, Idaho today. There are so many mansions built across the river that everything to the West is obscured except Mt. Baldy the ski area. The level of development is unreal. Massive money. The Hemingway House is to the left all by itself on 13 empty acres. Now THAT is historic in its own right. May it remain ever so. It would qualify for the National Register of Historic Places on two counts; construction and significant person. It looks like this.


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