|Junction Old Town Road and Buddington|
|View of Old Kings Highway from Old Town Road|
|Remnants of a really, really old blue blaze|
|The trace of the old road with a modern paved drive to the left|
|That "posted" sign is facing the wrong way. The road is public property.|
|Near the stream crossing|
|Old Kings Highway fords a small stream|
|The stream plunges down the slope .|
Back to Old Kings Highway, continuing south towards Mill Street, the road runs through the most scenic stretch, line with old stone walls. Imagine old stagecoaches and farm wagons heading down this road during the Revolutionary War.
Tragically, some heartless mason has been stealing rock from this historic wall. The theft has been reported to the police and we were told that it constitutes larceny. Weathered stone like this has economic value.
|Most of the rock in this wall has been stolen recently.|
|The stone wall used to be much larger|
The old road descends and suddenly becomes a narrow paved road that is often confused for a common drive. There are a few homes on either side before you get to Mill Street. A wrack of mail boxes on Mill Street marks the spot.