Saturday Jeanette and I took a nice drive into northwest Connecticut. There are some lovely little towns along route 7 that have some interesting shops. One of Connecticut's premier trout rivers flows through this area, the Housatonic. We stopped and walked a stretch of it admiring the beauty. And no I did not bring a fly rod, although I wish I had. The river looked to be in good shape as compared to the Farmington. One of the towns we walked around was West Cornwall.
The Wandering Moose was pretty packed for lunch.
An interesting little barn.
Downstream from the covered bridge were a couple of fly fishers. At this time of year I suspect they were fishing for smallmouth bass as opposed to trout. The Housatonic is prime water for both.
We saw this in a field. We were far away from it and it really stood out. We tried to figure out what it was but of everything we guessed we were wrong.
Creative. And thanks.