Thursday, March 30, 2017

Wheeler Road In Bangor, New York - Part 1

I began a driving tour of Wheeler Road, in the town of Bangor, New York, just as a spring snowstorm began. I decided to proceed anyway, and began with this brick farm house, surrounded by cedars:

A beautiful white farm house, with a white barn out back:

This barn sat up on a hill and had an elevated entrance. I remembered it from a previous driving tour, but it had been so many years ago that I decided it was time to take another look at this scenic, rural road:

One of the biggest barns I've ever seen. I would get tired, just walking back and forth from one end to the other:

The next barn was almost as big as the last one. This was indeed the land of giant barns:

A comfortable looking farm house:

And an old barn. It had a great roof, but the rest of it seemed run down:

And the farm house which went with the above barn. It too had a sturdy, new looking roof. These people understood the importance of good roofs:

A picturesque farm:

A farm house with steep roof because of the heavy snowfalls around here:

This old barn was on its way out. I continued on my way, taking photos, and will post Part 2 tomorrow:

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