Woke up to a fresh coating of snow this morning and headed east to the Berkshires. Tyringham, in the southern Berkshires, is a small town just outside of Lee, with a few houses along Main Street, a post office and church and a couple of horse farms, giving the town a true nineteenth century feel. Tyringham Cobble, the very large stone outcrop at the top of the hillside looms over the tiny village. The forecast called for several inches of snow in the Berkshires, but there only seemed to be about two inches of the white stuff when I got there. Another couple had arrived at the parking area just ahead of me. They headed out before me so I headed counter clockwise as to not follow them and get in each others way.