I just wanted to write a quick something about a little gem I found yesterday called Infinity Hall in Norfolk, Connecticut.
We had to go to a baptism yesterday in Millbrook, NY. We did that, ate and left. On the way back to CT, I decided that taking the scenic route up and over Rt. 44 would be a little more fun than driving down the Taconic Parkway and on to Interstate 84. Any day I can avoid driving through Danbury traffic is a good day for me. It ends up that we made a few small discoveries during our trip through Northwestern Connecticut.
There are a lot of really cool areas up in CT’s Northwest corner. There are probably too many to list and we already know about most of them. One that we didn’t know about was the cute little town of Norfolk.
We were just driving along Rt. 44, when we started climbing a hill. The road got a little narrow because there were cars parked all over the place. I slowed down and looked to the left and saw a really cool looking green building with a red sign that said, “Infinity Hall” across it. I was like, “Whoa, what is that???” I put the memory in the back of my mind to research later. As we drove through the rest of the town, I noticed that it was clean and good looking. I thought to myself that this was a little Connecticut secret that not many people know about. I bet everyone already knows about it already and I am the last one to figure it out, but it’s fun to think the way I do.
When we got back and I started looking up some stuff about the area of Norfolk, I learned that it’s a pretty outdoorsy place. You can camp and fish and hike and then go out to dinner and walk around. That pretty much sums up my life, so I figure we’ll be going back to Norfolk soon to really check it out. In the mean time, you can check it out yourself by clicking on the following links and by watching the video of Infinity Hall.