The Old Inn on the Green
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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The morning of New Years Eve, we jumped in the car with Sasha and set out to see some more of Connecticut. We saw adorable town after adorable town, and had lunch at an old fashioned general store near Goshen. We drove through Cornwall, a perfect little town with a 200 year old covered bridge. The day trip ended with a hike to the top of a beautiful hill, where we were able to document the last day of the year with justice. ...
This was a very nice little town on the border on Connecticut and New York. It was so noce we almost stayed for the winter. The problem was that it was down in a valley so getting out of the valley with icy roads would have been a problem. During the summer there was the Houstonic River that ran along side the town. This place was beautiful during the fall. Also saw Bull's Covered Bridge. Too bad they did not have a campground ...
... Of particular interest were the exhibitions on the early days when a lot of the Irish settlers came from County Waterford, originally coming only for the summer to fish. We went driving the Irish loop & walked to the Ferryland lighthouse, scenery & feel to me were very Irish. We enjoyed another lunch overlooking a small pretty cove. Our 2nd walk there was muddy and wet & not so successful. On the way back ...
... I myself lived in New York City until I was 6 and then grew up in a mostly immigrant area in a near-in suburb named Yonkers, very removed from the world depicted by Normal Rockwell. My father’s side of my family, though, were Protestants of Yankee type who lived in small towns in New York’s Hudson Valley not all that far from Rockwell’s studio in the Berkshire. It is their houses, their lifestyle, their beliefs and values, that I remember ...
... and studio in the town which is now also the location of the main museum of his works.
Stockbridge has a few other non-Norman Rockwell attractions too. Chesterwood, on a hill southwest of town, was the home and studio of sculptor Daniel Chester French and is now a national historic site. The estate, museum, and sculpture garden can be visited. ...