Monday, November 26, 2012

The Governor Morehead School

I love visiting those civilized places where time has slowed just a little bit. The Governor Morehead School is a delightful, quiet spot across the street from Pullen Park, which USED to be one of those places but happily has been tranformed into a family destination where Moms and Dads can treat their kids to fun adventure for a pittance (less than a pittance, actually).
The Governor Morehead School is a shady brick enclave in the midst of the city. It is the mission of the Morehead School for the Blind to educate, advocate and provide resources for all North Carolina students with visual impairment, their families, and the professionals who serve them. -Seems like a worthy endeavor to me and a great environment in which to do it!


The Dude said...

This is all well and good, and I am all for educating the sightless, but when will Trailer Trad be getting back to basics and posting pieces about Gold Balm v. Pinaud's Clubman talc? How about an essay on the merits of the original Lifesaver's candy or cordovan-colored Bass Weejuns?

Bo "Junior" Buford said...

I second that.

Trailer Trad said...


The classic lifestyle's components are many and varied. We wouldn't want to be one-trick trad ponies, would we?

Mr. Buford,

I am composing a short, quick Survey Monkey survey to get at what Trailer Trad readers are looking for and how to make it more enjoyable.

I fully expect your NON-SOPHOMORIC cooperation in this endeavor. Thanks in advance.

Buck Buford said...

I didn't know there was going to be a test on this.