This classic New England style church in Oakham, Massachusetts (population 1,621) dates back to 1766. The Churchyard Cemetary, circa 1790, includes Revolutionary War soldiers.
Cape Cod’s Eastham Windmill was built around 1660 in Plymouth. It is both the oldest and last working gristmill on the Cape.
Eastham, Cape Cod, May 2023
The Winsor Dam and the Goodnough Dike impound the waters of the Swift and Ware Rivers, forming the Quabbin Reservoir, the largest water body in Massachusetts. The dam is one of the largest in New England.
Traditional holiday decorations heighten the appeal of the small town of Hardwick, MA. Colonial, Federal and Cape Cod style houses are notable in this historic area.
The Bird Store and More in Sturbridge MA offers hundreds of bird-related items to catch a bird lover’s fancy. The adjoining courtyard features a whimsical crooked house called the Sherwood Forest Stables, which stores birds seed and attracts a host of well-fed creatures.
Wouldn’t any Hobbit be happy here?
Colonial architecture and fall foliage complement each other.
The historic Gale Free Library is the perfect place for a “ghost writer”.
The spacious Town Common of Barre, Massachusetts was impressive and uplifting on a windy fall day.
You don’t have to be a skier to enjoy Mt. Wachusett in any season.
How lucky to meet an “eagle” during a recent architecture and foliage tour of a nearby mountain town! (Short video clip included.)
The Ware-Hardwick Covered Bridge is one of eight covered bridges in Massachusetts. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.