Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 13, 1976 · Page 94
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June 13, 1976

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 94

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Summer at the Cool streams. Gentle breezes. Friendly people. Great sports. A X X t (he Homestead we pay tribute to all the seasons. And we promise you an especially beautiful summer vacation highlighted by a genuine spirit of enthusiasm and interest in your comfort and happiness. Look forward to leisurely dining in our elegant restaurants, nightly entertainment and dancing, incomparable golf on our three championship courses where Sam Snead is now a member of our pro staff, matchless tennis on 15 courts, an invigorating Health Spa and n host of sports activities. For reservations see your travel agent or call toll-free 800-336-5709. HOMESTEAD HOT SPRINGS. V I R G I N I A 24445 America's Tavorite ^Mountain Resort Three 18-lloIc championship jjolf courses, swimming pools and mineral spn. liorsehack and w a l k i n g trails, surrey and buckhoard d r i v i n g , 15 tennis courts, children's playground, t r o u t fishing, skcet and trap. The Homestead is easy to reach via U.S. Route 220 or Piedmont Airlines to the Mot Springs Airport. Demonstration group sets *he fore topsail of the full-rigged training ship Joseph Conrad. Benjamin Franklin's Tbor Richard's Almanack"; | BUCKROE BEACH, VIRGINIA) HOUSHEEPING UNITS TV., AIR CONDITIONING FURNISH E) KITCHENS 12BEDROOMS LINENS FURNISHED GORDON'S COTTAGE COURT I 301S.2ndSt Buckroe Beach, Va. 23664 Phone(804) 851-9131 The Age of Sail BLOCK FROM FISHING PIER! WRITE FORRATtS! The Perfect Father's Day Gift All JJ.T. »ill cnjm ihc »il .i.nl »n.l» m of "llir HCM of Henjjrnm l-rjiikhn't" jcuiniiiLMnns tfui ha% tircn Iramlatcit intn fivr iJn^u^n jn.l tcail liy millionv in lllr juu 2011 vear\ Bicentennial MYSTIC SEAPORT - H e a r t y young people sing out chantey songs as they haul up the yards to set sail aboard squareriggers. bringing alive the 19th century sea village recreated at Mystic Seaport the maritime museum. This summer, sail setting and chantey singing, as well as whaleboat racing, net and lobsterpot making, breeches buoy (rescue) On the Boardwalk in the Heart ot the Beach Delicious meals and family comfort. Spacious lobbies and large oceanfront porches. Free parking. Same management. Color brochure on request. Phone (804) 428-2112. On tjic Ocean oc 26* Street VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA THE TIDES All Varieties Fishing Neor, 1 3 6 2 W e s t Ocean View Avenue NORFOLK VA. 23503 Phone 804/588-0443 HOTa APIS. 4 PERSONS 18.00 Daily AIR CONDITIONED, SWHMING POOL, PRIVATE BEACH. V,.ur iininn lutl ,f m i .!, n,.l fin.l tlm t» !? Ihc fincxr dlrti.in .u-iilaMr jn.l c« untt) vour ' funiTt linr" nt humor Reborn in a fine library edition |for you to enjoy! I §p*-m?*4?»4?*4?*v?* Mail to: Preservation Press Glenville,W.V.26351 Please send me copy (copies) of fiinr A'/( litirj's Almanack ··' ' ". 'Heach ^ plus 50 cents each book for shipping. 1 encloses (S8.45 per book). SECLUDED, RELAXING-A MOUNTAIN PARADISE High in the Allegheny Mountains of western Virginia, Hotel Mountain Lake has action for all the family. Huge lake for swimming and fishing, stables, tennis, golf I ... scenic mountain trails to explore. Ideal climate. Choice I of hotel or cottage accommodations S19-S23 per person I double occupancy, includes three meals daily I and use of recreational facilities. --Open May 1 to September 15 MOUNTAIN LAKE HOTEL Mountain Lake. Virginia 2-1136 0 mries west of Roanoko on Hwy. 460 PMonc (703) 626-7121. Pembroke. Va ·2-lmCHARI.KXT)\. U'.V'.-t. d r i l l , f i s h s p l i t t i n g , dry-sailing, smoking, and open hearth cooking will be among the daily activities going on at the 40-acre museum, with its 60 buildings and nearly 200 historic vessels. Visitors will hear the rhythmic rap of a ship caulker's mallet as they approach the seaport's preservation shipyard where shipwrights, caulkers, and riggers use the tools, materials, and skills of a bygone era to restore historic ships and boats. Each day, the shipcarver. shipsmith. ship model maker, and weaver work at their crafts in the shops of the recreated village. A visitor orientation, planetarium show, a talk and film on 19th century w h a l i n g , guided tours of the w a t e r f r o n t , a s h i p restoration s l i d e - t a l k , a n d a c t i v i t i e s f o r youngsters in the Children's Museum building are all daily events this summer. Summertime visitors can take advantage of the Seaport's newly initiated evening hours. 5-8 p.m., to see the museum grounds although only one of the e x h i b i t s w i l l be open. An evening charge of $1 for adults and $.50 for children is deductible from the next day's regular admission for those who can't return the following day to see all the c r a f t s m e n at work, special d e m o n s t r a t i o n s , a n d a l l e x h i b i t buildings open. On the Fourth of July, a Centennial celebration will be recreated at the village green. The same patriotic sermon heard by the people of Mystic on July 4, 1876. will be delivered at the bandstand and the Norwich Concert Band will play patriotic music. The band will re'turn to the seaport in August for a series of Tuesday evening concerts, when the museum grounds will be open ·June 13. 1976, .^undav Gazette-Mail

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