While the alleys inside the pol are winding and long, it was designed to also defend the pol from any attacks. There is also an area with homes on all 3 sides , each with a different style of architecture- Persian, Mughal, Maratha and European. But my favorite part of the heritage walk was learning that in this was a pol where every home had a well……wait for it…right in the middle of the small rooms within the house. This was not the typical well one sees in village homes at the edge of the house facing outward.
Despite us interrupting their day, the older couple who owned the house were gracious enough to welcome the assortment of people of various of colors and sizes into their home to peek at the small opening of the deep well, casually covered with a utensil. The well is still used by them for their daily needs.
Daniel loved grandpa’s squirrels
You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. Skip to content Menu About Contact. Shree Swaminarayan Mandir Kalupur The temple was built on land gifted by the British government to Swaminarayan who was the founder of the Swaminarayan Sampraday, referred to as a Hindu sect but locals seem to see it as a different religion entirely. Shree Swaminarayan Mandir Kalupur Around the temple, the large structure houses visiting pilgrims in comfort.
Shree Swaminarayan Mandir Kalupur While we were wandering around the area ourselves a man yelled to me to not come back towards the temple but take the gate outside to leave the premises. A gentleman very casually feeding pigeons in the temple A separate part of the structure is only available for women to visit. Kavi Dalpatram Chowk Calico Dome: was a dome that housed the Calico mills stores in the s in a state which is to this day famous for its textile businesses.
How cute is he! LOVE the photos!!! Too dang cute.
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Huck is lucky boy to have such a great Grandad, these are the memories he will cherish! He is adorable! Oh gosh, your dad is just the sweetest to do all of that with Huck!
Hopefully Huck will remember all these cherished one on one moments with him! Just perfect!
And those bow and arrows are the coolest things ever!! He looks like a little Christmas Cupid. I think that should be an actual character. What a goober.
“Grandpa Stormy and the Rainbow Squirrels” Book Signing – Sheboygan County Writers Club
His childhood is like the sequel to Finding Neverland. The next time we went fishing was at a lake.
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On the way there, he told me that this lake was one of the deepest, and that it had huge fish in it. We started fishing off the dam. Nothing was biting that day. Then we saw a huge gray fish. Then when I got there, he told me about his friend Duke.
Grandpa Gus’s Squirrel and Chipmunk Repellent Spray
Duke wanted to go fishing with us. My grandpa had a new spot where we could go.
This stream was called Turkey Creek. When we got up there, we hiked in about five miles with our gear. Finally, we got to the spot where we wanted to fish. The sun had not yet come through the trees canopy. Then we saw the hatch on the water and knew it was time to fish. Next, we found a good clear pool, and my grandpa decided to sit down while I fished there.
I threw the fly in a few times and a fish snatched it. By the time I realized what was going on, my grandpa was already on his feet cheering. When I got the fish out of the water, it was a inch Brown. This was the biggest fish I ever had caught.