‘RV Short Stops’ highlights Bishop’s Castle


I recently posted an item on RV Short Stops about Bishop’s Castle … one man’s monumental four-decade creative obsession.

What started out as a one-room cabin in 1969 turned into a lifetime’s work of art.

Each room, staircase and tower came from Bishop’s imagination, without a blueprint or drawing.

“Everything just seems to work,” he was quoted as saying in a Pittsburgh Post Gazette article in 2006. “What’s real neat about not having blueprints is that if you make a mistake, you call it art.”

Read the complete post by clicking here.

Photo: Bishop’s Castle. Source: Wikipedia.

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