I was warned by locals that I would know if I could live here only if I survived a Winter in Williamstown.
This area is beautiful during those other 3 seasons, with all the businesses in the area OPEN, the streets and shops bustling with tourists and students, and LOTS of outdoor fests and events going on to keep one busy and entertained.
With the holidays over, I would finally be able to catch up on sorting those boxes of old photos and recipes, fending off cabin fever in my expensively heated abode.
Green River Farms is majestic, sheeted in white, the landscape displays a new side of an already postcard pretty scene. Sleigh rides are given on snow covered weekends.
Blair Road fields are a lovely view. There's a birdhouse on the tree.
Sheep Hill complex of buildings and paths, still open and in use for pleasant snowy hikes and weekend events.
The Clark Art Museum is open and has free admission throughout the Winter months.
Williams College Art Museum eyeballs peer over at the church across the street.
The Observatory was hand built by students many years ago. Planetarium shows are given on Fridays during Winter.
A welcoming bench offers an icy seat.
the 1896 House bring welcome color to the landscape.
Drive safely everyone!