Recent Photographs: all photographs © 1969-2017 by Carl Weese
I know that Tesla showrooms don't look like car dealers, more like storefronts. Look for a Tesla sign next time you're there.
Interesting, but I think it's some high-end retail outlet nearby that must be the draw. This Tesla has CT plates, and even someone with more money than brains wouldn't buy a car in NYC while living in CT. The fancy cars I've seen in almost exactly the same spot (it's around the corner from where I teach workshops a couple times a year, on the way to the place I get breakfast and lunch) have included: Bently, Masserati, Aston-Martin, Ferrari—it's almost like Friday afternoon back home. (This area has many weekend palaces of ultra-rich New Yorkers, so Friday and Sunday there's a jam of super fancy cars, and hired stretch limos, making a rather unusual rush hour here.)
Who all bought in "quaint" NW CT and then tried to turn it into a suburb. My friend in W. Cornwall has been moaning for years.
That happens, but it can go the other way. Sometimes the very wealthy actually preserve a semblance of the rural character by buying large estates, or buying farms and turning them into estates, without breaking them up into developments.
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