This particular town had some interesting buildings, a train station, and a walking path along the canal. The coffee house is called Beans in the Belfry :: cute.
We were too early for breakfast at the corner diner...maybe next time.
The neighborhood streets were steep and hilly so we got our hearts pumping and maybe even burned a few calories.
Hubby noticed these lanterns on the police station. I thought they were neat. I just love old towns, don't you?
I adore the color scheme on this building :: pumpkin orange, olive green and cream. It's perpetual fall.
There were repairs to be made:
and some tender loving care was happening at the church.
We headed down to the canal where the train station was located.
The cars were full of coal, which started a conversation about electricity and power plants. Hubby's very smart (have I told you that before?) and he loves the topic. I learned quite a few things about power sources and grids...things I never really paid much attention to for the first forty-five years of my life.
Here's the path. We walked twenty minutes out and twenty minutes back.