No advertisements. Full color. Painstakingly illustrated. 24 pages per volume. 8.5 x 11 in. page size (printed on 11 x 17 in. sheets folded and stapled). 28# gloss paper. Made & Printed in the USA. Categories: Al Young, Book, Novella, Seymore Wainscott & The White Pavilion
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By Al R. Young
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By Al R. Young
During the White Pavilion correspondence in 1796, Seymore searched through his archive for mementos of his 1761 trip to Scotland and the ensuing aerovoyage by balloon from the Firth of Clyde to the Firth of Forth. Upon finding the diary, in which he had long ago begun recording his overland travels from Kirkudbright to Ayr, he sent his daughter a transcript of it in the hope that she might not only enjoy reading it, but find important corollaries between his balloon adventures and the making and maintaining of home... Read more »