This weekend brought me to the western part of Massachusetts. The western part is known for the Berkshire mountains and the farm land. A little over two hours of driving from Boston on some of the scenic and curvy roads of route MA-116 brought me through several small villages that looked like time was standing still from he 16th and 17th century. I stopped at a small village called Conway, which was very quaint. The village has a small central road, called Main Street.
After stopping for about 45 minutes to walk around and take some more photos I moved onto to my main destination of the Bullitt Reservation and Chapel Falls, located in Ashfield. There is a 2 mile (3.2 km) hiking path on the Reservation through a deeply wooded area. The falls were grand and arriving at the farm house on the other side offered its own unique beauty.