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The Farm at Miller’s Crossing

midst the rolling hills of the Hudson Valley, near the town of Claverack, is what’s known locally as the Farm at Miller’s Crossing. The nearly 200-year-old farmhouse is home to Meg and Jim Cashen and their extended family. The clapboarded house, built in the 1820s, is simple, warm and inviting. Its façade is classic and unadorned, save for the front portico, which has

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