If you TA folk have any leads on this you should win some sort of award. I am looking for the name and location of an inn/restaurant in the Berkshires that I worked at in a summer in the late 1970s when I was a college kid. I have Googled this every way that I can think of but I have found nothing. It was a two story building, set back from the road by a long driveway. The restaurant was French and had about a dozen tables. The guest rooms were upstairs. There was a pool in the back. The place was on the west side of whatever road it was on. My guess is that the road was Route 7, but I have virtually driven 7 on Street View and I did not see it. Driving to work from Stockbridge, it was definitely north of I90 and it definitely was on one of the main north/south roads. It was not on the way to the Stockbridge Bowl. I did not drive through the town centers of Lee or Lenox to get there. I waited on celebrities such as Norman Mailer, Joan Kennedy and a few others, so it must have been well known. The owners were a husband wife couple. He was a former accompanist for Edith Piaf. The wife was commissioned to write the sequel to Gone With The Wind. That author was Alexandra Ripley, and I've read every bio that I could find, but none connects her with the Berkshires. Those are all the clues that I have. Thanks for any help.