7 miles of this to go before we reach the 2nd leg of our journey.
My daughter told me once that every time she passes this farm it gives her the creeps. It reminds her of an old plantation and she can almost see slaves in the field. Now there are only a couple of horses.
We have now arrived at what we (the locals) call the Corners. It is properly known as Lower Gilmanton. This is the Baptist Church that was erected in 1826. I think it is simply (simple) beautiful. I also took it through my window so the colors are off! Yes, I was being lazy.
This is the Historic Temperance Tavern. Dive it is still for sale and now the price has been reduced!
This is our Town Hall. Where they steal $4,000.00/yr from me in property tax! Good thing I like the architecture of the building. I did get out of the car for this shot and it has not been altered. I think the blue is the reflection of the sky off the pure white, fresh paint. Kind of cool.
This is the beginning of the second 7 miles to work. Sucks I know!
This is the house that is behind the fence above. If I could pick one place I would like to live this would be it. I like the way it feels.
A bit further and you run into a cute little gathering of old homes. The one sitting behind the fence is the home of Parsonage Day Lilies. You can imagine thousands of lilies blooming each summer and the fragrance in the air.
In that little picket fence is one of the several little cemeteries I pass on my way to work. Hey, Kate come on over and dig up a dead guy!
Finally, signs of civilization.
A bit further around the bend and a bit clearer.
Back down into the fog. Just past where you can not see, the road just ends! There have been several times when people miss the signs and end up in the pond that boarders this road.
This is a picture of that pond and the aircraft warning lights they have put in.
Finally the end of the line. Hope you enjoyed your ride and thanks for flying with us.
I hope you all have a great weekend.