Chuck and I spent one last day at Allaire on Sunday.
We have visited Allaire the past three consecutive Sundays.
It's a wonderful place to spend a fall day.
Today they were celebrating Thanksgiving in the 1800's.
I'm going to show you parts of Allaire you have not seen yet!!
The Bakery built in 1835, was open...
so we had one of these...yummo!!
They were roasting a Duck,
and preparing a traditional Thanksgiving Dinner!!
At The Manager's House they were cooking a turkey,
this is the oldest structure on the property, 18th Century.
The Carpenter Shop , 1835
Carriage House and Gardener's Quarters, 1833
The Blast Furnace, 1832
The General Store, 1835
Remains a General Store today!!
Blacksmith Shop, 1836
The Row House Building, 1833
Foreman's Cottage, 1827
The Church, 1832
I picked up these at the General Store, for the
The Historic Village at Allaire, what a wonderful place!!