Destination: Historic Huguenot Street.
This location has original stone houses built in the 1600 - 1700's. Only a few are open but they are gems. Although all were built near the same time...one is furnished as a 1600's home, another as a home from 1755 and one (that had a later addition) was set in 1908. The final home was empty inside but showed some of the bare bones of the old house. Most were still lived in as late as the 1970's.
|The Abraham Hasbrouck House|
|The Bevier House|
|Tree eating a tombstone in New Paltz|
|And a second cemetery in Hurley|
|A quick shot through the dirty windshield!|