The gazebo is host to music performances and BBQ cookouts in the summertime. It overlooks the pond, which is the white expanse in the foreground of the photo. The first building after the gazebo is the Greenville Library. Next is the All Arts Matter building, host to a wide variety of visual and performing arts events.
This is the clock at the park. Looks fetching in its white hat!
Below is the main intersection in Greenville - Route 32 and Route 81. The streets were totally empty while I was out walking around, but you can see what a good job the snow plow crews do in keeping the roads clear.
This picture is looking West across the town pond. Those small trees are the 50 or so little Christmas trees that are put around the park by the Rotary Club and then sponsored and decorated by local businesses (including us). In the evening their lights are on.
On the walk back to the inn I passed the Ann Lafferty Real Estate office, festively decked out in Christmas lights and The Towne and Country Shoppe, a fine family consignments shop. They have wonderful deals on not only gently used items, but brand new overstock items. Mark bought a fabulous new coat from them.
Back at the inn, here is our snow covered creek . . .
. . . and a vintage urn brimming with snow.
The outdoor sculpture is always lovely with the addition of a little snow.
This is a piece by Lisa Friedlander of California.
The picnic table by the swimming pool also had a good topping of the fluffy white stuff.
More awe inspiring quiet beauty in that cool gray-ish blue of early morning.