Dear Forum members.
I was not able to attend the Conference, unfortunately, and I can see by
the passions of the emails that it was a fantastic and memorable Mark
Event, he would have been very pleased!!!!
I live on the property called The Lobster Pot, the original farm that
Twain purchased when he came to Redding Ct...This spring we had a Mark
Centennial kickoff here at The Lobster Pot and consequently, for the past
2 months, I have been getting many inquiries regarding Mark Twain and
Isabel Lyon, so with the help of the wonderful web designer Brent Colley,
have launched the site _www.marktwainslobsterpot.com_
(http://www.marktwainslobsterpot.com) for those of you who are interested
in Twain's Lobster Pot
and Isabel Lyon.
To learn more about Twain and Redding Ct. a visit to Brent Colley's
informative twainproject.blogspot.com and _www.historyofredding.com_
(http://www.historyofredding.com) will tell you almost everything you need
about Twain, Stormfield, and Redding, Ct
For any of you traveling East to Connecticut, during this coming Centennial
year..you are always welcome to stop by and share a Toast for Twain on the
Susan B. Durkee
Lobster Pot Studio/Gallery
23 Mark Twain Lane
W. Redding Ct. 06896