For those who love small streams, wild trout, and life...in their simplest form
Saturday, June 22, 2013
On this summer day
Jeanette and I got up this AM and decided to pay a visit to some of the little towns of northwest Connecticut as well as western Mass. This is a beautiful part of New England. Most of these towns were part of the United States before it was the United States. There was a farmers market and craft fair in Norfolk. Great offerings could be had with fresh veggies in season as well as baked goods, especially cookies. There was a band and some wonderful music.
A colorful local craftsman. His work with wood is something to see. He's also a fellow full of stories and not hesitant to tell you of them.
This is a heart breaker. A Jag XKE. At one time in my life this car was all that was important.
Covered bridge in Sheffield, MA. These are so much a part of New England.
Looking west to the Taconic Range in New York state. The area is home to small farms, streams and lots of wildlife.
We did truly enjoy this day. I also came home with bread, cookies, bacon, and chicken sausage.