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Right now the temperature is 52F and I was walking around outside without having my lightweight spring coat zipped up.
By this time tomorrow we’re supposed to get 6 to 9 inches of snow.
And about 36 hours from now the temperature is supposed to be -2F.
MICHIGAN. Man, I just can’t anymore.
New Slains Castle - New Slains Castle belonged to the Hay family for 300 years! Redesigned in the 1830’s in Scots Baronial Style. It was sold in 1913 and de-roofed in 1925 to avoid taxes. It has been abandoned ever since.
It is said to have been the Castle inspiration for Bram Stoker’s 1897 novel Dracula, as he may have been a guest in 1895!
For the full story —-> http://www.abandonedplaygrounds.com/the-ruins-of-new-slains-castle-on-the-cliffs-of-cruden-bay/
"Once named by dress designers as ‘best exemplifying the dress dictates of the typical American girl’ (in ‘Fortune’ magazine of May, 1938), Ginger Rogers was clothes conscious for the term of her public life, and to view her movies is to glimpse a fashion parade of chic American styles over the last decades."
- Patrick McGilligan, Ginger Rogers (1975)