On Saturday, we got to tour Fallingwater, a Frank Lloyd Wright house. The trip was only $5 per person with the Pitt Program Council. I love all the good deals you get as a college student! 

Fallingwater was built as a summer home for a wealthy Pittsburgh family in the 1930s. They had a budget of $25,000 {which was still quite a lot in those days}  but Frank Lloyd Wright ended up spending closer to $150,000. Needless to say, he didn't sound like the easiest architect to work with. But I think the family was still pretty happy with the results - it's actually built on top of waterfall!

After our tour, we had some time to kill before the bus left, so we went on a walk in the woods. It was a very unusual day for November in Pittsburgh - the sun was shining and there wasn't a cloud in the sky.

Towards the end of our walk, I tripped over a vine and broke my camera! This was the last picture taken by the poor little guy.