Jonathan Menon

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Writer. Editor. Photographer. Working on a biography of the brilliant Sarah J. Farmer (1847-1916). You've never heard of her. But you will!

Puslinch, Canada
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Sarah J. Farmer founded the Green Acre summer forum here in 1894. For a map of the many sites in Eliot, Maine, associated with Green Acre, follow this link: http://bit.ly/n4TPTu
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    "Awful customer service. I paid $5 for an excellent cup of tea but they REFUSED to give me a 2nd steep. Apparently you don't own your tea leaves, you just rent them. Absolutely insane. Never going back"
    Jonathan MenonJonathan Menon · December 9, 2015
    Tea Room
    · Cambridge, Canada
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    "The Ultra AVX theatre is fantastic. But their Outtakes is AWFUL. No deep fryer: they warm up your soft "fries" in an oven. Frozen yoghurt is not good: Froyo. If they don't improve it they'll lose me."
    Jonathan MenonJonathan Menon · December 9, 2015
    Movie Theater
    · Guelph, Canada
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    ""Lysekloster" means "Cloisters of Light." The Pines were named by Sara Bull after her and Ole's home in Norway."
    Jonathan MenonJonathan Menon · August 27, 2011
    Field
    · Eliot, United States
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    ""The Pines" were purchased for Sarah Farmer by Sara Chapman Bull. Lectures at the summer forum were delivered under the shade of the Pines on clear days. The Pines were cut down during the 1930s."
    Jonathan MenonJonathan Menon · August 26, 2011
    Field
    · Eliot, United States
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    "Monsalvat, the "Mount of Peace," was named by Sarah Farmer after the mountain in Wagner's Parsifal that is the location of the Holy Grail. A Bahá'í House of Worship will one day be built on this site."
    Jonathan MenonJonathan Menon · August 26, 2011
    Historic Site
    · Eliot, United States
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    "Fellowship House was built in 1916 from a bequest of Helen Ellis Cole, a Bahá'í from New York and one of Sarah Farmer's closest friends."
    Jonathan MenonJonathan Menon · August 26, 2011
    Building
    · Eliot, United States