Road Trippin' in Beautiful Easton NY

Thursday, November 10, 2016
Back in February of 2015, I penned the title of a blog, 'A Winter's Drive Through God's Handiwork' . That post featured the snow-covered beauty of Easton, NY in Washington County and I've been smitten with Easton ever since.  We revisited Easton twice in the past few weeks (yes, I admit I have an occasional problem with self-control) and what resulted from those two daytrips was a bundle of beautiful photos that will necessitate two separate posts.  Yes, Easton is just that spectacular, unless of course, your idea of beauty is concrete skyscrapers.  As for me, just give me the countryside!
Rural Washington County NY
Located in the Hudson River Valley, south of Greenwich and east of Cambridge, Easton is an agricultural region with over 30 farms.  With the autumn color, I was completely overtaken with awe. Just past the election, you might find it interesting (or may already know) that Susan B. Anthony spent her formative years in Easton.  At age 13 she joined the Eastern Society of Friends and at 17 she taught school in Easton for $1.00 a week.  Easton is also the birthplace of celebrated primitive artist, Grandma Moses and George Corliss, inventor of the Corliss steam engine.   Driving through Easton today, one can imagine those folks living here and it appears not much has changed since their day.  I think that's part of it's charm.  See if you agree..........

Easton NY

Rural Washington County
South Meeting House where Quaker services are still held today.

Easton NY

Easton NY

Easton NY
Who wouldn't love driving down this road?

Easton NY
Easton NY
Easton NY in Washington County
Washington County NY
Odd Duck Farm
Odd Duck Farm, overlooking the Hudson River, is one of the premier Brown Swiss breeding farms in the Northeast.  100% grassfed and raised as organic beef, tje farm is committed to the practices and philosophy of organic dairy farming and focuses on the Brown Swiss breed which originated in Switzerland.  To read more about this beautiful farm:
If you enjoyed today's post, stick around for Part II with many more scenes of rural Easton and surrounding Washington County.  After that, all you Christmas shoppers will be excited to know that I'll be bringing back my annual Christmas series featuring some of your favorite shops around the area for your shopping pleasure.  Thanks for reading and for joining me in Life As I See It.
To read my earlier blog post featuring Easton covered in a blanket of snow:

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