Can I just say, once again, that I love Little Falls. My husband Steven and I recently had a memorable visit there, one worthy of a longer blog post than I contemplate making here. Judge me if you like.
We drove what we call the back way from Herkimer, along Route 5S. This took us by the Humane Society, Fort Herkimer Church, and Lilah’s Foster House. I had to point the last one out to Steven, as he was unfamiliar with Lilah and her work with homeless animals. I am not real familiar with it myself, but I accompanied my friend Kim to the House one night when she went to adopt a sweet kitten.
Going over the bridge and turning right to Canal Place, we easily found a place to park and went into Prima Donna’s Boutique. I hoped to write about the place for Mohawk Valley Living magazine. While there, Donna recommended we check out Huckleberry Letterpress on Main Street. Before doing that, however, I took Steven into Rochette, in the space formerly occupied by The Mustard Seed. From there we wandered past Ole Sal’s Creamery and looked over the antiques in that building. As we left, I said perhaps we could return for ice cream. I’m hoping we’ll do that soon, because, yum.
Before and after visiting Huckleberry Letterpress (we told the guy Donna sent us), we walked up and down Main Street, making notes of various businesses to return to at some point. High on that list is Copper Moose Ale House, one of my favorite dinner spots.
Regular readers may have noticed that I did not post yesterday. For that I am truly sorry and will offer no excuse. At least, perhaps later I will offer a lame one later, when I write for this week’s Lame Post Friday. A little uncertainty adds interest to my day.