Monday, October 28, 2013

The Hamlet Of North Lawrence, New York - Part 1

It was such a beautiful autumn day and I had pretty much done everything I'd set out to do, so I jumped in the car and drove to the hamlet of North Lawrence, New York to take some pictures:

One of the first North Lawrence sights was the lovely Maple Grove Cemetery:

I passed from rural countryside into a populated area with a surprising number of homes. This mobile home had a spectacular hydrangea in bloom:

A large, older home with a small windmill out front:

And a modern, modular home:

Another traditional, country style home:

And the Pit Stop Restaurant, where my sister and I had eaten just the previous week and I had a memorable, delicious slice of maple cream pie:

This looked to me like a former auto repair shop. Or maybe they were fixing it up for some other use as someone had put in a new overhead door and some siding:

This building was no longer used and looked like a former gas station to me:

An old store front, apparently now a home:

The Jug. I guessed this to be a bar:

A nice home with a clever fence, solar panels and a window filled with shelves:

All decorated for Halloween:

A stately home with a red door and a large tree. But North Lawrence had lots more to see and I kept driving and snapping photos. I'll post Part 2 tomorrow:

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