Hudson Valley Magazine April 2012
Want the real country: farmland, horses, nobody in sight for miles? Head north — almost as far as you can go on the Taconic Parkway — to the town of Chatham. Read the article by Barbara Ballinger and Sara Greenberg.
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LESS gentrified and touristy than Lenox or Great Barrington in the Berkshires and slightly more polished than the rural outposts of the Catskills, Chatham is a pastoral town at the northern edge of the Hudson River Valley.