Fresh Fallen Snow Calls For One Last Winter Road Trip to the Scenic Easton NY

Friday, March 17, 2017

It may be a few days from the arrival of spring, but it sure didn't look very spring-like this week!  Although I'm still in the throws of my bout with sciatica, a serious case of cabin fever beckoned us out of the house and on the road to the beautiful Easton, NY.  If you're thinking you've already seen Easton in a number of previous posts, stick around just the same.  There may be a few scenes you've seen before, but I promise you won't be bored.  The natural beauty found in these parts is so plentiful; I find it impossible not to capture it through my lens.
One of the things that always amazes me is the how far one can see when driving along the roads of Easton.  This is true on the main roads and the back roads (which we prefer).  I've included several photos that may not necessarily be frame-worthy, but demonstrate just how vast the view is from so many vantages. We were travelling on Thursday, and as you can see, many of the roads were still somewhat snow-covered.

I am so in love with this building (below).  Each time we go, I hold my breathe as we make the turn off Rte 40, each time wondering if this will be the time we find it collapsed onto itself.  This was not that time though and we got to enjoy it again.

OK, now I'm ready for some shots with less white and more green.  You've got to admit though, this is beautiful countryside, snow or no snow.  Thanks for taking time to tour Easton with me again. If any of these shots are of your property or that of a friend, give me a shout out and I'll be glad to email you the original digital file!  Stay tuned for my next post when I'll be sharing a famous historical location not far from home.  Till then, stay warm and consider sharing today's post with a friend.  If you don't want to miss any future posts, you can sign up to receive posts in your email too.  Come back soon to Life as I See It!  In the meantime, hop in your car and explore Easton yourself!
If you missed my earlier posts featuring Easton, no's the links to all of them:
1 - my first post last year
2- my autumn post - Part I -
3- Part II -
4- This winter Part I -
5- and Part II -
So it would appear I can't get enough of Easton....guilty as charged.  I can't!  I think you can see why.


  1. Replies
    1. Thank you Marlene! Please stick around for Part II. And feel free to browse around the rest of my posts...many more of Easton and surrounding areas.


Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.

Life As I See It Header

Never Miss A Post - Follow by Email

Sign up here to get the latest blog post delivered to your inbox.
Never miss a post again!