Each entrance was blocked by a sleeping corgi, and Prince Philip had to shove his way in. ‘Bloody dogs,’ he complained. ‘Why do you have so many?’ The Queen replied, ‘But darling, they are so collectable.’
The Wilson-Warner House, c. 1769, on the National Historic Register, in 2011 was changed into a magical Christmas exhibit with reference to the beloved children’s book illustrator Tasha Tudor. With nearly 100 books to her credit, Tudor was known for her folksy watercolor illustrations of early American life that included children, animals, flowers, and of course, Christmas.