Today I agreed to run a couple of errands for my husband, Steven. I decided to walk to do the second one, carrying my Tablet for blogging purposes. Never mind what the errand was; there is no point in advertising my husband’s vices.
Any time I walk or run, I am happy when I can go by Herkimer Historic Four Corners, and so it was today.
I love old gravestones.
The first corner I encountered was Herkimer Reformed Church. I love the graveyard that surrounds the church so took a couple of pictures of it.
The front of the church.
Before I crossed the street, I took a shot of the Herkimer County Courthouse.
A majestic building.
Once across the street, I took a picture of the Suiter House of Herkimer County Historical Society.
Must visit there again soon.
There was a person in the vehicle you see. I called, “I was taking a picture of the building, not you!” The fellow smiled and waved. I tried to get a picture of the 1834 Jail, but it did not turn out very well. Perhaps I can find a previous picture to share.
Temporary home of Chester Gilette and Roxalana Druse, among others.
After enjoying the four corners, I continued down Main Street. I did not take any more pictures, but here is an older shot of Christ Episcopal Church, which I also walked by.
A lovely building.
It was a pleasant walk, and I quickly accomplished my errand. I may or may not have stopped by the End Zone Pub and Grub for a beer (speaking of vices) but did not take a picture. In any case, I avoided making a Tired Tuesday Post. I hope to see you all on Wednesday, whatever it turns out to be.