Light Up Your Fourth of July in Litchfield County

Independence. It’s this fascinating thing that we all take for granted each day, but it certainly was a long road to get there through blood, sweat, and tears. Even today, we are all fighting for our rights as others want to take down what we are made of in this country. This Independence day, we…

Getting Lost is an Adventure

This past Sunday after spending a day out with family and friends in Southington, and after discovering elevators in restrooms (more on that later), I decided to enjoy a showing of Kings Speech over at the bucolic red barn known as Bantam Cinema in Bantam, thanks to a suggestion from my friend Cindy. She mentioned…

Winter Solitude

Connecticut‘s Litchfield Hills enjoyed a day out on Saturday after a general five to eighteen inches fell across Litchfield county on Friday night. The highest amounts were in southern Litchfield county around the Brookfield and New Milford areas as a Norlun Trough impacted western Connecticut. Traffic on Interstate 84 came  to a complete stand still in the…

Creativity in the country

As I travel around the Litchfield Hills countryside, there are many things I notice that can easily grab your attention. Take this sign to your left for example, boy, is that surely something to grab your attention, I was almost ready to start looking for the pedestrian cross walk and lights. Yes, there are some things out…

Classic America is found in Litchfield county

There was a time in this country where everything was once very simple. A time where families gathered around after dinner to play board games. A time when the old world, was starting to meet the new world. They were perhaps the greatest times in American history. A life that was not only easy, but…