Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Limekiln Road, In The Town Of Malone, New York - Part 1

I've taken driving tours of so many local, rural roads that I now sometimes use Google Maps to locate new ones. That's how I came across Limekiln Road in Malone. It was over twenty miles from home, but it looked promising. The first farm house I came to was a country classic:

The barn and silo which went with the above farm house were also beauties, and it was such a lovely day that I figured I'd found a perfect road for a driving tour:

The above farm had this new steel building as well:

The houses on Limekiln Road were rather far apart, as would be expected, but interesting:

There were big farms, small farms and suburban style homes. I think I'd classify this one as a small farm house:

And some homes, such as the left side of this one, looked historic:

This farm house also looked historic:

And the barn and silo which went with it were also scenic:

There were farm fields, bordered by forest, with farm equipment parked on them for the winter:

And every home I came to was interesting:

This old farm house looked somewhat forlorn and the I noticed the sign which said it was soon to be auctioned:

Someone's tiny home once upon a time, now just an abandoned shell. But there was more to see on Limekiln Road and I'll post Part 2 tomorrow:

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