This is the last short post for today, I promise.
As I mentioned in a previous post, we walked by the Chester Museum at the Mill this morning while visiting the Sunday market in the town of Chester, CT. We were walking up West Main Street and happened to stop at the museum. The reason we stopped there was because you simply don’t come across a structure as beautiful as the Chester Museum at the Mill very often. The leaves were falling and the age and architecture of the building complimented what was going on outside.
Now, I have to make a confession. I was never one for local history. Then again, I don’t know anyone my age who is. But, after reading the Chester Historical Society’s page on the Chester Museum at the Mill, I think I may take a trip back to learn a bit about the Chester area. I guess I was never interested in local history because I was never interested in locality in general. Things have changed ever since my better half and I decided that we really like Chester. If the day ever comes when we want to make Chester something more than just a place to visit, it would be nice to know what it’s about. Also, when the people of Chester put such time and care into something like this, it deserves some respect.
Here is an Autumn photo of the Chester Museum at the Mill located in Chester, CT.