My wife and I stayed at the Farnsworth House B&B while we were visiting our daughter, a psychology professor at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA. The house is about a 20 minute drive from the University, and is hidden away in a tranquil valley not far from the small town of Clymer, PA. Our gracious hosts were Jon and Bill, but most of the time we only saw Jon, who prepared delicious and varied breakfasts, and is an expert restorer of player pianos. The main rooms are filled with grand pianos fitted with devices such as the Vorsetzer, which can generate or play back perforated paper rolls in a manner that perfectly reproduces the original performance. Jon is a mechanical music enthusiast, and will happily take time to talk about his work and demonstrate the results. There are also Edison phonographs playing wax cylinders, and HMV players with huge polished brass horns around the house. As if this were not enough, he also works on restoring classic cars. The house itself is beautifully provided with period furniture and artwork. We stayed in the Niagara Room, decorated with pictures and photographs of Niagara Falls in the early 1900’s and found it very comfortable.