Indian Summer in Oneonta

By Carol at 11:48 pm on Saturday, October 6, 2007

Mums at Mama Nina's

On Main Street, the geraniums have been replaced by “mums”, and the weather is unusually warm and dry – feels like Northern California!

the Sego

Approaching our new favorite, Sego Cafe.

Ordering lunch at the Sego

Larry orders lunch – the roasted veggie sandwich is worth waiting for.

Looking east on Main

Looking toward the eastern hills with St. James Episcopal church on the left.

Fall color beginning

The colors of Fall are starting to show.

Brick house

Houses like these give Oneonta its vintage character.

Houses on Walnut

White Italianate Victorian

Large brick house

Vintage house with flower baskets

Alice's garden

This is a very productive downtown garden belonging to a friend. A river runs through it but she has her own sturdy bridge.

A visit from Gene and Kim

We started October with a very special visit from our Pennsylvania friends, Gene and Kim.

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