Friday, September 20, 2013

Part 1 - Brasher Center, New York

I was on my way home from Massena when I noticed Brasher Center Road and, of course, had to go explore the settlement of Brasher Center. I drove through a section of Brasher State Forest and arrived at a nice little rural community. That big, beige building behind the sign was a meat packing plant called Adirondack Smoked Meats, a local employer and founded to meet the needs of farmers and hunters in the area:

There were old farm houses:

Lots of trees and wildflowers:

This home and its purple, yellow and blue outbuildings were so colorful that they caught my eye immediately:

A nice porch for sitting outdoors on lovely afternoons:

Hay wagons, barn and hay bales:

More hay bales and outbuildings:

This big, rambling house sat right up close to the road:

A chainsaw bear outside the door:

An old, abandoned home:

An American flag and lots of stuff:

A picturesque farm. But there was more to see in Brasher Center and I'll post Part 2 tomorrow:

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