Although this is my first post, I want to share one aspect (I’ll share more later) of a trip to the American Society of Indexers national convention in Philadelphia in May 2007.

On our return trip to the Cincinnati, Ohio, area, my traveling companions and I veered off the interstate to see Fallingwater, a Frank Lloyd Wright designed home in southwestern Pennsylvania.

According to Fallingwater is “…the only remaining great Wright house with its setting, original furnishings, and artwork intact.” Click on the photo to see more of Fallingwater’s details.

‘The key to the setting of the house is the waterfall over which it is built.’—