Thursday, May 28, 2009


I live in the quaint village of Palmyra, loctated in upstate New York where a part of the beauty is it's history.

This is a picture of our townhall, located in a very picturesque setting. It was once housed by a church.

These are pictures of the steeples of the four corner churches made famous by "Ripley's Believe It Or Not". It is the only intersection in the world with a church on each corner.

The Alling Museum houses the largest collection of American hand made coverlets in the United States. They date from 1820-1880.

Take a scenic walk along the Erie Canal or enjoy a boat ride on the Canal.

There is so much to see and do here and if you love shopping for antiques and primitives as much as I do you're in for a huge treat!
Below are some of my favorite shops.

Thank you for visiting! Audrey


  1. Beautiful! And that shop....gosh I'd never have any money!

  2. oh my! Audrey, what a delight to see your town and your fav shops! I know now more than ever that I wanna come visit you!

  3. Audrey,

    The town you live in is so full of great history with the Canal and those great antique stores !.. Right up my alley or is it canal ? :o)
    Thanks for offering us a view of your historic town !


  4. Thank you for sharing this... my fiancee and I almost moved to Upstate NY but I hate the winter so we are in NC but I am a little jealous :)


  5. Audrey great pics! Lovely area and those crocks are killing me!!!!

  6. What a lovely place. ...You think we can add a extra bathroom on to your house ? LOL ~~Pam

  7. WOW! What a beautiful town, and those shops.....looks like a step back in "thyme"... :)



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