If you’d like to see why I like Grantsville, watch the drone footage using the link at the bottom of this post. You’ll see the historic Casselman Inn that my family owned for more than 50 years.
“Come home,” my grandma would say, “and stay at the Casselman.”
And we did.
The drone also flies over Spruce Forest Artisan Village. During my childhood, this village was developing as a place for artists to showcase and sell their work. You can wander through the village and browse in the shops.
Toward the end of the clip, if you look closely, you’ll see a succession of three bridges–each built in a different era and all crossing the Casselman River.
This video shows the scenic background of Yoder School. It’s the setting of the opening chapter and the place that represents home during much of the book.
Enjoy watching: Drone Over Grantsville
2 Replies to “Drone Over Grantsville”
The Casselman Inn is beautiful! What a lovely setting in which to be raised. You must have really missed it when you got to Flint!
I love it — the drone views and the place!