Beautiful landscape, check out... the most unique contribution to the landscape is probably the Finger Bowl designed by William Lawrence Bottomley and constructed between 1932 and 1935. The Finger Bowl connects to the mansion's dining room through the Mosaic Terrace and is a unique outdoor dining table in the form of a raised pool surrounded by a flat ledge of sufficient width to accommodate a place setting. Chairs were pulled up to the pool and food was passed in wooden bowls floated on the water.
Grey Towers was donated to the USDA Forest Service in 1963 by Gifford Pinchot's son, Dr. Gifford Bryce Pinchot. Nestled among the Pocono mountains of northeastern Pennsylvania, the estate overlooks the Delaware River Valley and the small town of Milford.
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