So am I the only one who thinks the Canadian Mounties sounds like some sort of weird porn company or something?
Of course, technically they're really called the "Royal Canadian Mounted Police". Which actually sounds even worse, thinking about it. It's one thing for your police force to be mounting people, it's quite another for your police force to be getting mounted. That makes them sound both creepy and inept.
Anyway, random wiki of the day: some farm in New York that apparently has some kind of historic value by virtue of being really old.
The Thomas N. Wheeler Farm is located on Indian Lake Road (Dutchess County Route 61) in the Town of North East, New York, United States, south of the village of Millerton. It is a frame house built at the beginning of the 19th century in the Federal style.
It is one of the earliest surviving intact farmsteads in the Coleman Station Historic District. In 1993, when the district was listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the house and another building on the property were recognized as contributing properties to its historic character. Seven years later it was listed on the Register in its own right.