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"The Hill Farm". The Week in Art Circles wrote: "When contemplating advancement in art, perhaps Wilbur Adam has made the greatest strides. We sight his Glacier Park paintings for their fine qualities and handsome arrangements. Particularly picturesque is The Hill Farm, where he has obtained a fine tonality."
The bank barn gets its name from a simple but clever construction technique: the barn is built into the side of a hill, thus permitting two levels to be entered from the ground. The lower level housed animals, the upper levels served as threshing floor and storage. The hillside entrance gave easy access to wagons bearing wheat or hay. (Fodder could also be dropped through openings in the floor to the stabling floor below.) The general form of the bank barn remained the same whether it was…
"Steel Dragon" in Japan: While you're busy contemplating your life's choices and whether you'll live through this roller coaster, you're enduring the painfully suspenseful 1:15 minute climb toward the first drop of the Steel Dragon. The 306 ft. drop isn't the only highlight of the Steel Dragon. It's track, full of loops and turns, stretches on for 8,133 ft., taking almost 4 minutes to complete.
Montage Palmetto Bluff NEW & Gorgeous! Steps to New Inn, Chapel & Park