Saturday, August 29, 2015

Postcards from Maine: Thuya Lodge

Thuya Lodge was the home of Joseph. H. Curtis until he died in 1928 Thuya Garden was designed decades later, on land that had been his orchard. Today, visitors are welcome to wander through the house and browse the botanical library upstairs. The house was heated by fireplaces and has much of its original rustic elegance.

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