A Great Reason for Commuting to NYC
Barns in the Hudson Valley are everywhere. I never realized how quickly you can leave Manhattan and find yourself out on a country road until I moved to Newburgh NY. Trees and rolling hills and meadows and barns are all around. I am amazed at how many still exist. Some barns remain on small working farms and others exist only because they were so well built that they have not yet fallen down. Other barns dot the countryside and have been abandoned by humans. They are a source of shelter for whatever critters discover their very own “new home” between the rafters of rotted wood.
While living in the Hudson Valley I have grown to love how one minute I can be in NYC if I want to and then with a quick train ride I can find myself in the Town of Newburgh. My home is in a bit more residential area than some, but I still have two acres of land and neighbors. A few miles down the road I find small farms, apple orchards and barns. In the opposite direction I find a more populated area of homes and businesses. I am ten minutes to the Newburgh Beacon Bridge and the train. The best of both worlds… suburbs and the city.
My home Town of Newburgh is a great place for
Living and Commuting to NYC
In my travels I have grown fond of some specific barns in the area and although this barn is still functional it does seem to me that it could use a bit of repairing. I find it quite charming though and every time I drive by I want to take a photo. A cold day, but great blue skies and sunshine enticed me to make today the day.
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