#66: Back Roads & The Ridgefield Peep Hole

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Why drive straight in traffic when you can meander around the copious back roads of Connecticut? Taking the scenic route pays off when you come across secret gardens, like this inspirational one, viewable through a back country fence hole. It is located at the bottom of a hilly road, just before intersecting with Route 7 in Ridgefield. This peep hole has inadvertently caused many drivers to slow down and gaze in awe at a real suburban oasis. “Who lives there?” you may wonder. “Why tease me with such an inviting view if it’s only someone else’s private property?” But I say to you simply enjoy, and keep driving those winding roads. Who knows what you’ll see by going out of your way.



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