NEW ENGLAND B&B - THE HUNT FOR RED OCTOBER
Photos by Preben S. Kristensen
22/06/2006
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Throughout New England, the range and intensity of the Fall Colours are unforgettable.
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Throughout New England, the range and intensity of the Fall Colours are unforgettable.
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Throughout New England, the range and intensity of the Fall Colours are unforgettable.
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Throughout New England, the range and intensity of the Fall Colours are unforgettable.
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Throughout New England, the range and intensity of the Fall Colours are unforgettable.
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Throughout New England, the range and intensity of the Fall Colours are unforgettable.
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Pumpkins are a sign of the Fall Harvest and families search for large ones both for the kitchen and for halloween lanterns.
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Hartford, Connecticut is a small city with a surprising number of attractions, from the Wadsworth Athenaeum, to Mark Twain's house.
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Butternut Farm Bed and Breakfast, in Glastonbury, Connecticut, was built in 1720. Owner, Don Reid, has restored the building to its original state. Exterior.
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Butternut Farm, Glastonbury: the keeping room was used for drying herbs. Nowadays, the fire provides visitors with a warm welcome.
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Butternut Farm, Glastonbury: the best guest room has a pencil post cherry 4-poster bed, candle sconces on the walls, a 1790 wing chair, an antique blanket chest and oriental rugs on the stripped wooden floor.
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Butternut Farm, Glastonbury: the public rooms are all full of antiques.
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Butternut Farm, Glastonbury: details from bedrooms and public rooms.
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Butternut Farm, Glastonbury: details from bedrooms and public rooms.
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Butternut Farm, Glastonbury: details from bedrooms and public rooms.
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Don Reid serves a gourmet breakfast to guests in the breakfast room at the Butternut Farm.
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Don Reid feeding his Geese.
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The Stanley-Whitman House, in Farmington, Connecticut, was built in the 1720's and was owned by a well-to- do weaver: although sparsely furnished, every piece of furniture in the kitchen was beautifully hand-carved.
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The Stanley-Whitman House, in Farmington, Connecticut, was built in the 1720's and was owned by a well-to- do weaver: although sparsely furnished, every piece of furniture in the kitchen was beautifully hand-carved.
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The Stanley-Whitman Museum, Farmington: onion skins were used by early settlers to make a fabric dye.
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Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts, is a village composed entirely of buildings from the early 1800's, filled with actors living life in 1830. Each one knows his profession inside out and a day spent here gives one a fascinating insight into history. Old Sturbridge Village: mill pond.
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Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts, is a village composed entirely of buildings from the early 1800's, filled with actors living life in 1830. Each one knows his profession inside out and a day spent here gives one a fascinating insight into history. Old Sturbridge Village provides an insight into daily life in the 1830's: here, a guide to the herb garden, explains how they would have been used for medicinal purposes, according to the diary of an 18th century woman.
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Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts, is a village composed entirely of buildings from the early 1800's, filled with actors living life in 1830. Each one knows his profession inside out and a day spent here gives one a fascinating insight into history. Old Sturbridge Village: in the bank, the banker explains how the books were kept and on what basis loans were made.
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Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts, is a village composed entirely of buildings from the early 1800's, filled with actors living life in 1830. Each one knows his profession inside out and a day spent here gives one a fascinating insight into history. Old Sturbridge Village: the manor house: detail of wall mural and Bonnet. In the 19th century, murals were a popular form of decoration.
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Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts, is a village composed entirely of buildings from the early 1800's, filled with actors living life in 1830. Each one knows his profession inside out and a day spent here gives one a fascinating insight into history. Old Sturbridge Village: the village is peopled by actors in costume.