A Visit to Old Hemlock Part 2

It was surreal to hang a brace of Canaan Valley grouse from the same antlers on the screened dinning porch where George would hang his birds to age, sometimes for almost a week.

It was surreal to hang a brace of Canaan Valley grouse from the same antlers on the screened dinning porch where George would hang his birds to age, sometimes for almost a week.

George's gun cabinet that once held his prized Purdey best gun as well as his Fox and AYA. Notice the collection of out of state hunting licenses attached to the door.

George's gun cabinet that once held his prized Purdey best gun as well as his Fox and AYA. Notice the collection of out of state hunting licenses attached to the door.

Sportcoat and setter inspired ties belonging to George Bird Evans. George and Kay would dress for dinner each night, a testament to the elegance of the life they lived at Old Hemlock.

Sportcoat and setter inspired ties belonging to George Bird Evans. George and Kay would dress for dinner each night, a testament to the elegance of the life they lived at Old Hemlock.

A cut glass bowl containing the wishbones of every grouse shot over OH Briar. George kept bowls like this for several dogs.

A cut glass bowl containing the wishbones of every grouse shot over OH Briar. George kept bowls like this for several dogs.

An original sketch by Edmund Osthaus, one of George's prized possessions.

An original sketch by Edmund Osthaus, one of George's prized possessions.

View of the north porch at Old Hemlock.

View of the north porch at Old Hemlock.

Our wonderful hosts at Old Hemlock. LeJay and Helen Ann Graffious along with their setters OH Laurel and OH Willow.

Our wonderful hosts at Old Hemlock. LeJay and Helen Ann Graffious along with their setters OH Laurel and OH Willow.

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For more information on Old Hemlock Setters and The Old Hemlock Foundation please visit oldhemlock.org