I convinced DK to take me to the mill, because I wanted to get pictures of the falls behind the building. There is a wooden walkway down behind the mill. It's really pretty back there. Especially now with the leaves changing. The mill is quaint and small. I was hoping to see the pressing room in action or at least see the old press. It's said to run by itself, oh yeah the mill's haunted. But I think we got there to early as nothing was going on. Nothing paranormal happened and as you can see no ghostly visitors in my pictures. We did get some tasty apple cider and a caramel apple for each of the kids.
After the Cider Mill we stopped at Glenwood. This is a Catholic Cemetery across the street from Brookside. It's a very pretty cemetery and has beautiful stones all very religious in nature. In some ways it was a little creepy to. There was one section dedicated to JRC (Jefferson Rehabilitation Center) which is a place that helps mentally handicapped individuals. This section didn't look well taken care of and just neglected. It was so sad. Yet the cemetery was peaceful.
After this we crossed the road to explore Brookside a little bit more.