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It is the hills and valleys that provide the vistas where a wide array of brilliant hues are splashed before us. In open meadows all across the countryside, wildflowers add their beauty to the fall. Yellow tones of goldenrod, pink and purple Joe-Pye weed and violet astors seem to enjoy the last strong rays of the sun. Even one of the conifers, the cone-bearing tamarack, gets in on the act, when its lacy foliage turns yellow before dropping off. Migrating birds and butterflies touch down for a rest on their way south and hawks ride the thermals above ridgetops as they, too, head for warmer weather.
Rising up from the golden-brown oaks, the dark green of pines and the orange foliage of maples is a white church steeple. From this vantage point, it seems to grow right out of the forested hills with no nearby town! On the other side of Route 202, be sure to drive up Route 45 for a wonderful ride around Lake Waramaug. Before you reach the lake, there is an interesting crossroads at the village of New Preston. A pharmacy, barber shop, pottery shop and antique store are clustered around a small stream and the Old Pavillion Hall.
The handsome Baptist Church, on the left side of Route 138, sits far back off the road on a small hill surrounded by large maples and oaks. The next turn is a tricky one: take Wincheck Pond Road on your left, then again go left onto Canonchet Road. On the left, you will see the Rockville Upper Mill, built in 1844 and now simply called the Stone Mill, housing the village post office and some other town businesses. This massive stone block building was first a textile mill and then a rope mill. It has two lower stories of stone and an upper floor constructed of wood with rows of windows that allowed maximum natural light for the mill workers.