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‘The Barnstormers’ At The ‘Castle In The Clouds’, July 10, 2019 — Left You Wanting More, Much More.

by Anura Guruge


It was OUTSTANDING.

Left one wanting MORE … MORE … MORE.


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This was the first time the ‘Castle in the Clouds‘ had done this event, i.e., having the ‘Barnstormers‘ (from Tamworth, NH) perform, and with their customary Midas touch they hit a rich vein of pay dirt. It was OUTSTANDING. The best $10 I have spent in years. Wow. Loved it as did everyone else that was there — and it was a full house.

Very well organized and that the upstairs room in the imposing Carriage House is air-conditioned and that there were adult beverages for sale was a bonus.

Yes, it was advertised that it would be ‘about an hour’. It lasted 44-minutes from the time the cast arrived in the room till they took their final bow. The timestamps on my pictures tell the stories. That was our only disappointment. It should have been longer. Even a full hour would have been too short. 90-minutes would have been close to perfect — and they could have definitely charged us more. Well worth it.

Great cast. Enormously talented. Very personable. Bravo.

THANK YOU ‘Castle in the Clouds‘. Another wonderful event.


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Cheers from the ‘Castle In The Clouds’.

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This is the fireplace in the ‘Carriage House‘, at the ‘Castle In The Clouds‘. This was around 4:30pm this afternoon. No, it wasn’t us — though we did have a very late lunch there, replete with my mandatory glass of red. I saw this tableau as I was leaving and had to take a snap.


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Taking Selfies My Way — Part XVII, ‘Castle In The Clouds’, New Hampshire — September 9, 2017.

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Taken in the full-length mirror used by the millionaire who had it built Thomas Gustave Plant.



Taken in the rearview mirror of the TROLLEY BUS that you have to take from the Carriage House to the Main House. I cropped it because the image showed some of the other passengers — rather too well.


Both pictures taken with my seldom used Sony a6500.


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