"It lies off the beaten track, but not too far. It is on top of a hill, but not too high. The mowing slopes to a dark pine woods with the blue hills glimpsed beyond at the edge of sight. To reach it you wind uphill through woods of pine and white birch, many maples, and an occasional oak or young chestnut, all soft carpeted with fern and snowy with laurel in its season…At the top of the rise swings a wide welcoming circle of brown buildings crowning the top of the hill—the end of a journey. Not too far, not too high—but high enough for breadth of view and far enough for perspective on a busy world and frantic struggle to get somewhere. Far enough and high enough to lead to a finding of values and goals enhanced by the beauty of nature and swing of the sun, moon and stars over the endless quiet of hills."