PART #1 THE NATIONAL ROAD
NATIONAL ROAD- ZANE GREY -ZANESVILLE ART POTTERY MUSEUM. I know most readers of this blog post will never have the chance to visit in person so my hope is that in viewing this post you will be able to say “I’ve been there.” This post will cover the Zane Grey portion 0f the museum.... Sometimes I need to remember there is a lot to see close to home.
Thanks “Kat” for showing me around
“Pearl Zane Grey (January 31, 1872 – October 23, 1939) was an American author best known for his popular adventure novels and stories that presented an idealized image of the American frontier.Riders of the Purple Sage (1912) was his best-selling book. In addition to the success of his printed works, they later had second lives and continuing influence when adapted as films and television productions.” From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pearl Zane Grey was born January 31, 1872, in Zanesville, Ohio,and the museum is located east of Zanesville just off the National Road
Written from this desk……
Writing The Lost Pueblo
Mesa Verde National Park near Mancos, Colorado has some of the largest and best preserved Ancestral Puebloan ruins in the United States. One of these, Cliff Palace was discovered by Richard Wetherill
Note the Kachina Hopi Figurine
Time is running short for a visit this year. Hours: May 1 through October 31 Monday and Tuesday – closed
Wednesday – Saturday 10am to 4pm
Sunday 1pm – 4pm
November 1 – April 30 – Closed or by appointment
TRIPADVISOR NATIONAL ROAD- ZANE GREY -ZANESVILLE ART POTTERY MUSEUM.