There are any number of beautiful houses in the village but I really couldn't take a picture of every single one - we would never have got back home.
One of the prettiest scenes in Shelburne Falls is the Bridge of Flowers...
Lots of wonderful shops also - especially galleries. I didn't take pictures of those, but they're always pleasant to browse in. Also there is the Salmon (yes, that's correct - there used to be a lot of salmon in the river there) Falls Artisans' Showroom which is wonderful to visit and makes one wish one was a lot richer than one is (at least this one).
We did some other running around Sunday, but this was the highlight of the day. This and our stop for lunch at Stubby's - one of those shiny silvery small trailer type things that was right past the moccasin store. We decided yesterday that we'd just maybe have a hot dog for lunch all the remaining days that I'm here (we both have a real affection for them) so yesterday was Stubby's and it was good. I hadn't thought that it would be served on those New England style buns but of course it was and I love them! And cheap?!! Yes!!!
And one last picture - we stopped at the Lady Killigrew Cafe again on the way home to take another look at the used book store and this time I got a nice picture - this one is of the back of the building where there are stairs down to the night-time restaurant which overlooks a waterfall that at this time of year is really a good one.
More tomorrow (although just like in Florence I seem to be running at least a day behind).