September 28, 2017

Altamont Library

I usually question the use of words like “charming” and “quaint” when talking about libraries, since those are often used like real estate euphemisms for “cramped” or “needs work”, but in the case of the Altamont Library, tucked into an old train station, the charm is real.  It could easily be on an episode of HGTV’s Tiny Houses.  Every corner and nook is utilized and surrounded by attractive touches, giving the illusion of a much larger space.  It was a delightful palate-cleanser after the last library I visited.

I love the area, near the beautiful Indian Ladder Trail, and my favorite apple orchard, Indian Ladder Farms.  So when we were in the area for apple picking on a hot day, I convinced the family to make a few detours (here and Voorheesville, which is my next blog).

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