Real estate for sale in Highland Mills New York - MLS# 549680
331 Smith Clove Road
Highland Mills New York 10930
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Arts & crafts feel to this totally restored farmhouse on 5 estate acres complete with stone gateways and entrances 2 usable oversized original estate barns that use to service the entire 100ac estate gorgeous matured trees adorning the cottage area as well as a gated entry. Enjoy the privacy this getaway location offers yet convenient to all nyc transportation and cultural events woodbury commons and falkirk country club. Expandable and well-situated is the cottage 10'ceilings original brick fireplace a/c updated granite kitchen 2 bedrooms on main floor with jack n jill bath dormered second floor bedroom and bath bonus utility room in rear cute and cozy. Move right in.
TOP 10. Most Beautiful Small Towns in Virginia
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TOP 10. Most Beautiful Small Towns in Virginia: Middleburg, Abingdon, Smithfield, Chincoteague, Staunton, Lexington, Monterey, Onancock, Farmville, Warrenton
Experience the History and Culture of Orange County, NY
Travel through time to our historic sites in Orange County, NY. Visit West Point, the National Purple Heart Hall of Honor, George Washington's Headquarters, Fort Putnam at West Point and Fort Montgomery.
Driving Route 218 from CORNWALL ON HUDSON NEW YORK to USMA WEST POINT!
Driving south on route 218 from Cornwall, New York, through Cornwall on Hudson and the Town of Highlands, into Highland Falls, and ending at the United States Military Academy at West Point.
I drove back over Storm King Mountain on route 9W, which you can watch here:
Recorded on a whim on Saturday, February 13, 2016, which was a gorgeous sunny day with single-digit temperatures.
Strange New York - Hawks Nest and Tri-State Monument
Last week we took a little trip around New York. We began our journey in Delaware County next to the Pepactin reservoir where we viewed an eagle. We also visited Roscoe, New York a town known for its trout fishing. We then stopped for lunch and a drink at a great little pub in Hurleyville. We then ended up at our intended location, the Hawk’s Nest.
I was researching travel locations when I can across information on a portion of highway along a scenic by-way in Orange county New York. It is called the Hawks Nest. Hawk’s Nest is located on Route 97 just outside Port Jervis near Sparrow Bush, New York. The road is perched on a cliff face with views of the Delaware River below and Pennsylvania on the opposite shore.
We also visited the tristate monument in Port Jervis. This location is where New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania meet. Not much to see there but it was a great little side trip.
Wonderful day and some fun stops, hope you enjoy.
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Walkway Over the Hudson - Poughkeepsie, New York
Enjoy an afternoon trek across the historic Poughkeepsie-Highland Railroad Bridge, now turned state park, complete with beautiful views of the Hudson Valley and a time lapse crossing the bridge at the end.
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Road Trip #218 - US Highway 49 North - Wiggins to Camp Shelby, Mississippi
Road Trip #218 US Highway 49 North - Wiggins to Camp Shelby, Mississippi
We continue north on US Highway 49, beginning in the city of Wiggins in Stone County, Mississippi; then into Forrest County, ending in the Camp Shelby Area.
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Hiking Featherfin Wildlife Management Area in Buckingham and Prince Edward Counties,Virginia
I am exploring the interior of the Featherfin Wildlife Management Area located in central Virginia west of the town of Farmville.
Chicago-to-Boston AA flight: Takeoff, Lake Michigan, Lake St. Clair, Lake Erie, Salem MA 2012-01-07
On a mostly clear enroute winter day, a Chicago-to-Boston flight climbs above Chicago's northern suburbs before crossing Lake Michigan to fly east along Michigan's I-94 corridor. Cloud deck below clears just west of Detroit, affording view of the expanse of metropolitan Detroit, followed by Lake St. Clair separating the State of Michigan from the Province of Ontario. After glimpses at a few southwestern Ontario agricultural towns, the flight path hugs the Ontario shore of eastern Lake Erie, providing view of Great Lakes steamer-era ports and current-era summer resort towns. Flight re-enters the U.S. south of Buffalo NY, bringing views of a couple of Upstate New York's Finger Lakes before cloud deck returns until western Massachusetts. The opening reveals pioneer-era mill towns established during America's early industrialization era along one New England river. Salem, Massachusetts, comes into full view as the flight approaches the Atlantic coast to circle to land to the west at Boston Logan Airport.
1:30 Takeoff on ORD runway 32L
ATTENTION PILOTS AND ALL OTHER O’HARE AIRFIELD USERS:
On September 15, 2016, Runway 14R-32L at O'Hare International Airport will be renamed Runway 15-33. The runway name change follows the recent closure of Runway 14L-32R to accommodate further construction of the O’Hare Modernization Program.
2:15 Elk Grove Village, Illinois (IL)
2:25 Arlington Heights IL
3:30 Chicago Executive Airport
4:50 Highland Park IL
5:00 Begin Lake Michigan at Highland Park IL
13:00 South Haven, Michigan (MI)
15:40 Junction of Interstates 96, 296, 275 & state highway 5 at Farmington Hills MI; Detroit metropolitan area begins
16:10 Brighton MI
17:15 Interstate 75 through Troy MI
18:30 Interstate 94 through Clintondale MI along shore of Lake St. Clair
19:15 Anchor Bay MI
19:35 Leaving U.S. airspace; entering Canadian airspace
19:50-20:25 Harsens Island MI
20:25-20:30 Algonac MI (left)
20:37 Port Lambton ON (right)
20:45 Marine City MI
21:15 Port Huron MI (left); Sarnia ON (right); Lake Huron (above)
22:30 Dresden ON
23:40-24:10 Bothwell ON
25:10-25:20 West Lorne ON
26:10 Wallacetown ON
26:35 East along Lake Erie shore of Ontario
27:20-27:40 Port Stanley ON
29:35 Port Burwell ON
31:55 Port Rowan ON
33:00 Port Dover ON
34:30 Lake Erie; Lake Ontario (above)
35:00 Port Maitland ON
36:05 Port Colborne ON
37:10 Point Abino ON
37:35 Niagara Falls ON (left); Niagara Falls NY (right)
37:50 Leaving Canadian airspace; entering U.S. airspace
38:11-38:30 Buffalo New York (NY)
39:15 Silver Lake west of Perry NY
41:20 Hemlock Lake (near) & Canadice Lake NY (above)
42:20-42:30 Canandaigua Lake NY
45:50 Connecticut River through Northfield, Massachusetts
46:30 Millers River, Massachusetts (MA)
46:57 Orange MA
47:21 Athol MA
48:15 Winchendon MA
48:24 Baldwinville MA (left)
48:52 Gardner MA
49:55 Fitchburg MA
50:49 Lake Shirley MA
51:25 Ayer MA
52:00 Interstate 495 at Littleton MA
52:30 Lake Nagog at Nagog Woods MA
53:05-53:30 Lowell MA
55:15 Salem MA
1:01:45 Touchdown on BOS runway 27
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Rainbow Lakes Estates, Dunnellon, Florida near Ocala - Residential Land For Sale
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The community of Rainbow Lakes Estates in Dunnellon, Florida located 20 minutes west of Ocala. The charming old Florida town of Dunnellon is also highlighted in this video as well. If you are interested in acquiring property in Rainbow Lakes Estates, please be sure to view this video for more information.
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The City of Dunnellon and surrounding area (the Treasure of the Nature Coast) welcomes visitors with small town charm. The Rainbow Springs State Park; crystal clear Rainbow River to canoe, kayak, or tube; a fisherman's paradise on the Withlacoochee River and Lake Rouseau; treasures to be found in local shops; trails for equine, bike, or hiking enthusiasts; and great food at local restaurants; make Dunnellon the TRUE Florida and an easy secret to discover West on FL Hwy 40 from either I-75 or I-95 to US Hwy 41 and then South five miles.
The Dunnellon area offers a variety of eco-tourism opportunities for visitors of any age to
explore. Both water sports, and numerous trails, and local history abound in Dunnellon for you to enjoy.
The small town atmosphere in Dunnellon makes for a restful break from the stress and strain of everyday pressures. You can feel comfortable and safe strolling around our nationally registered Historic District, through shops that sell a wide variety of gifts and antiques, as well as our other business districts.
Along the way, if you feel a little hungry, you can take a break and relax over a leisurely and delicious meal at one of our lovely local restaurants.
For the more adventurous types there are numerous opportunities to enjoy our two local rivers:The Rainbow River and the Withlacoochee River.
The crystal clear Rainbow River starts at the Rainbow Springs State Park on US 41 where thehead waters are located. The park is open daily and offers areas in which you can canoe,swim, snorkel, picnic, observe nature at it's finest, or just plain relax. Rainbow Springs StatePark hosts a wide variety of special events throughout the year.
About one mile down river there is the Rainbow Springs State Park Campground on the east side, with 105 campsites available. All sites are available with water and electric, some sites have septic hook-ups. The campground is located 2.5 miles north of county road 484 off of SW 180th Avenue Rd. During peak season (April through September) reservations are recommended. At the campground there are ample opportunities to go canoeing, snorkeling, orjust sit around the campfire. A boat ramp for hand launched vessels only is available as well as canoe and tube rentals.
A little further down stream and on the West side of the river is the location of the KP Hole County Park. The park is located on SW 190th Avenue Road and has been in service for over 50 years. The Park offers canoe and tube rentals as well as other amenities, and is the only boat ramp on the Rainbow River for motorized vessels.
Behind the Dunnellon Area Chamber of Commerce office is the confluence of the Rainbow River and the Withlacoochee Rivers and the site of the city beach. This park offers a sandy beach as well as a playground area and picnic tables.
For the fisherman the Withlacoochee River and Lake Rousseau offer exceptional large mouth bass fishing, which is why we are the Bass Capital of Florida. The Gulf of Mexico is only minutes away heading west on CR 40, or by water through the Withlacooche River. The river can be accesed from the City Boat Dock on US Hwy 41.
In the heart of Dunnellon on US 41 is the Historical Railroad Depot. The Depot is owned and operated by the Greater Dunnellon Historical Society. The Depot houses a museum and country store. It is open on Saturdays during special events.
Eco-tourism is the engine that drives Dunnellon's economy. Last year there were 306,017
visitors to Dunnellon that came to enjoy the TRUE Florida. These visitors rented 13,089 local lodging rooms at a rate of $525,320.00 and paid admissions of $278,820 at our local State and County parks.