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Outing To Clinton, New Jersey …


Clinton, New Jersey, a picturesque town set in Hunterdon County isn’t far from where I live and so daughter Deb and her dog Chappy and I set off to explore a bit.   Clinton is most recognized by the iconic picture of the red mill… it pops up on many NJ websites, calendars and is a favorite subject for artists and photographers.

Here we are, let’s explore…


mosaic357a50e68c8076bffe1938e55b50d3b507a28165First up, as always on a Saturday is coffee.  We found a cute little place by the river and settled down to relax and enjoy the scenery.  Chappy even made a new friend.

mosaic82f3209de547717f38366625f02883eef9b4e7f0We walked over the bridge to the other side of the river to get pictures of the Red Mill and the Stone Mill which is now the Hunterdon Art Museum for Craft and Design…

mosaic5fdca8936ae2ba117fc7bc8844aae317b5405556Outside the museum is a chalk board wall, how clever is that…

mosaic7a152ef3c721efad7d45e9d4432aaea03f533d9eMore of Clinton…


 One last picture of the Red Mill.


IMG_1356Another nice outing exploring the beauty and charm of New Jersey 🙂


Author: mvobsession

I'm married, I have two daughters and two grandchildren and they all love MV. Enjoy my MV blog and contact me if I can answer any questions. This blog started out as strictly about Martha's Vineyard but over the years I've branched out to include other obsessions and interests. I enjoy photography and like sharing my photos here as well. Hope you enjoy :)

4 thoughts on “Outing To Clinton, New Jersey …

  1. Thanks for sharing these gorgeous photos! I can only imagine it will be even more spectacular when the leaves change.

  2. Thank you. Leaves are starting to turn earlier this year due to the dry summer. They’re always spectacular to me 🙂

  3. I love the shapes, and the chalkboard wall, but I especially love the shape of the Red Mill. One moment that extra level looks like a hand reaching upward; the next, it’s a cap worn at a rakish angle.

  4. love the chalkboard wall….what a brilliant idea…erasable graffiti!!!

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