Last winter there was so little snow that the 20 or so inches blanketing the village right now hardly seem like a nuisance.  Take a wintery stroll with us down Main Street.

Wish you were here!

 

 

Want to join us for a wintery walk around the farm?  Click here

by Josh and Brent

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Ella

Your photo essay is simply beautiful. I especially like the use of black and white – very atmospheric. And those touches of red…. perfect!

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j (jpdf)

We really wish we were there! These are amazing shots with beautiful descriptions <3 Thanks for sharing, Josh & Brent 🙂

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Centralia Heart

Beautiful. How does the Bowmaker house look in the snow? That is the one we almost bought. Centralia

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darcell

A beautiful walk. Many people are suggesting a calendar, which I agree would be wonderful and I would buy. I was also thinking about maybe a small informational booklet about the farm and the beekman mansion and maybe a few facts about the town. I am so interested in Mr. Beekman and his family.

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Robin

What a beautiful series of photos. Sharon Springs really is a winter wonderfland! Thanks so much for sharing!

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Micheline Wescom

Until Amazing Race I would have never known about Beekman 1802..What a beautiful, peaceful place to live. Thank You for bringing us into your home…you are both inspirational. Happy New Year, may 2013 be as grand as 2012…

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elena maclachlan

so happy that I have the opportunity this weekend to be here and see all this beauty and the beauty of the people of this town for myself.

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Michele

I can almost hear the snow falling, what a wonderful peaceful sonund that is, thanks for sharing. So beautiful.

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How beautiful! so different than us in Austin, tx.

How beautiful! so different than us in Austin, tx.

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Jessica

Loved the pictures of the town and the farm (all sorts of critters!). Thank you. We need to come visit, eat at the hotel and wander the streets again. We too had snow up here on Lake Ontario…well on the way to making our normal average (and perhaps more?)….
Happy New Year!

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nlforst

It’s so gorgeous to look at, but I definitely wouldn’t want to be up there shoveling and all that stuff, lol.

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Catherine Kurczynski

Fab photos-thanks for giving us the wintry tour-you guys have a great eye. Cathybytheriver

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Donna

“I prefer winter and fall, when you feel the bone structure of the landscape – the loneliness of it, the dead feeling of winter. Something waits beneath it, the whole story doesn’t show.” –

Andrew Wyeth

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Linda

Sadly, our gazebo collapsed under the weight of the snow from the blizzard, the day after Christmas. Not happy.

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Gdub

Hey, if the goat farming thing doesn’t work out for you guys, you should take up photography…

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Tammy Wolford

Beautiful! Our snow is beautiful, but it looks so much classier in your victorian setting.

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Teri Tighe

those were wonderful. thank you. I really love snow but you constantly have to clear it away, it becomes cumbersome, at times but still beautiful.

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