Monday, March 28, 2016

Franklin County Routes 53 And 22, From Bangor To North Bangor - Part 2

I was continuing my driving tour on County Route 22, headed north out of North Bangor, New York, and the rural scenery was lovely:

Stone walls and a house with lots of color and lots of additions - not to mention two brick chimneys:

A large home in immaculate condition, placed in a rural setting. This, it appeared to me, would be a fine place to raise the children who played on that swing and elevated playhouse in the backyard:

The sun cast elaborate shadows across the front of this country home, which struck me as a "gingerbread house:"

One of the longest barns I'd ever seen, with two silos and a grain bin. I'd want a golf cart to get from end of that barn to the other:

The same barn as above but seen from the end, from where I could tell that this was a major farming operation:

The willow tree here was just beginning to bud and set off this lovely farm with just the right touch of contrasting color:

The barn which went with the above house. This looked to me like a fine place to enjoy country life:

A very large and apparently modern barn which sat rather far off the road, on the other side of a large pond:

Horses, one with a blanket, enjoyed the cold but beautiful morning:

County Route 22 ended at the intersection of the road which would take me to Brushton, NY and back home again. So I took this one last photo and began the journey back home:

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