We headed to Corbett and drove through it the first time, so had to turn back. It is a very small hamlet, which no longer has a post office. Here are pictures I took: This is a chimney that was associated with the acid factory.
I have to say that Corbett can most likely be classified as a "ghost town" because it is a "shadow of its former self". After leaving Corbett, we headed back towards Downsville. We stopped at the Old Downsville Cemetery.
We had a little bit of extra time available before our appointment at the Colchester Historical Museum, so we went t the EAGLE DOLLAR STORE.
We met up with Kay H. Parisi-Hampel
Colchester Township Historian at the Colchester Town Hall and she let us into the museum, which is very interesting, with lots of artifacts and information. It was especially intereseting to learn about Corbett! After that we headed back towards Delhi. I stopped
I dropped Peg off at Price Chopper and I went in to get a few groceries. Then I headed for Oneonta. I stopped at Chestnut Park to drop off a couple of sweaters for Betty, who is in there for rehab after her recent fall. She gave me the good news that she will be released on Monday.
My complete set of pictures taken today are here http://www.flickr.com/photos/juneny/sets/72157636418840766
It was a great day but I was really worn out by the time I got home.