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M. m. Another way to enjoy Canterbury and the surrounding towns is to become involved in the “Walking Weekend,” held in early October, when tours are given of historic greens, natural areas and mill villages. Nearby, on Creasey Road, is Wright’s Mill Tree Farm, where you can pick your own pumpkins, visit the farm museum or take a hay ride. The 250-acre farm is especially scenic with views, ponds and mill sites. Special events in the fall include an antique and craft show, spooky hayride and a haunted house.
The gift shop features herb seasonings, teas, spices, wind chimes, statuary, garden tools and wreaths. Richmond At the junction of Route 112 and 138 in Richmond is the Bell School House, a one-room schoolhouse that is now the home of the Richmond Historical Society. You might want to explore more of the area by making a side trip south on Route 112 (there is an octagonal house on the left-hand side) and wandering the back roads through small villages of Carolina, Shannock and Kenyon. These towns were once humming with mill activity and signs of the past and even a few active mills can be seen along most waterways.
Yellow tones of goldenrod, pink and purple Joe-Pye weed and violet astors seem to enjoy the last strong rays of the sun. Even one of the conifers, the cone-bearing tamarack, gets in on the act, when its lacy foliage turns yellow before dropping off. Migrating birds and butterflies touch down for a rest on their way south and hawks ride the thermals above ridgetops as they, too, head for warmer weather. All the while, the combination of cool nights and shorter days keeps the deciduous trees on their march toward peak color.