Mt. Rainier and Lenticular Clouds - Dec. 2008 copyright: JMM

March 11, 2018

Old Silver Lounge & Uncle Bill's Country Store

Our next stop was the North Falmouth Cheese Shop, which has this red horse on the chimney.  Unfortunately they didn't have any Sao Jorge cheese but we did pick up blueberry preserves and a delicious cheesy bread. 


Then Russell took me back to the Old Silver Lounge cause when we passed by, I spied multiple photo ops!  I'm a sucker for buoys on weathered grey shingles.


I think this is part of the diningroom.



I looked up where Ellenburgh and Chateaugay are and they are in way upstate New York.  Cataumet is a village in Falmouth.







Right next door is Uncle Bill's Country Store and it is AWESOME.  

There's so much to see inside!



There's an upstairs which is crammed full of neat things.









These are exquisite!



24 comments:

  1. I need to roam with you folks. I'm boring and get stuck at Kohl's or Target. Sad, very sad. (love that glass!)

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    1. Thanks Joanne! I do enjoy playing tourist. So much to see around here!

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  2. I must add this place to my bucket list!!

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    1. Definitely! Cape Cod is awesome!

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  3. I need a dribble bib ...

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    1. They're popular for lobstah dinners.

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  4. Glad you drove back and took those photos, JoJo. I like the transparent glass in the windows too. Lots of things in that store that I would love to browse through. . .

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    1. It was definitely worth going back for! Thanks!

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  5. I'm really itching to go there now. This place looks so inviting.

    Stay well, JoJo.

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    1. I think you'd really like it here! Come in the fall, it's our best season.

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  6. I just love where you live! So many quaint places to visit. I can't help but wonder how difficult it must be to dust that place though, but that's only because I dread dusting my own house. 😂

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    1. I can't keep up w/ the dust at my house either cause I have so many knick knacks. I do a cursory swipe w/ a swiffer duster but that's it.

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  7. These look like fun and interesting places to go. I'd especially enjoy the cheese shop--I love cheese!

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    1. I do too! It's a great little shop. I bought some parm cheese bread and it was hard to stop ripping chunks off it the rest of the day!

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  8. Such a lovely place. your photograph are awesome like always.
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  9. This looks so dreamy,I wish I could visit this place..

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    1. It's really beautiful here!

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  10. I have got to move to your area or at least come visit! I just love everything about your day trips. Your photos are amazing too! - I've been watching a lot of shows based in Seattle and I think I may have to move there too. :)

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    1. God I miss living in WA but I know I'm remembering thru rose coloured glasses. The scenery is the best, great weather, lots of places to buy beads & glass. But OMG the traffic. It's a clusterfrack from Everett to Olympia 24/7. It's why I never went anywhere in the 12 years I lived there. Just not willing to slog my way through Seattle cause of road construx and traffic.

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  11. Okay, sister. I know you have lots of blog posts rattling around in that beautiful Italian head of yours so get with it! :) What are your latest creations?? I wanna' see! ONE WEEK and I'm back on FB!

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    1. LOL Ok Ok!!!! I'm gettin to it! I've been feeling so lazy with my blog cause real life is so frenetic. I'll draft one up.

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  12. I sure would love to get up close to that little red caboose dining room. :-)

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    1. You should come on up for a visit!

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