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Greens Corners Cemetery

Advertisements The first burial was in 1810 and the cemetery contains over 350 graves. The cemetery sits beside a “rail trail”. There used to be train track there, which the Central Vermont Railroad used. In fact, Greens Corners even had a station. Interesting information to note: I found this cemetery by driving by it. ThereContinue reading “Greens Corners Cemetery”

2 Mourning Doves on My Patio!

Advertisements https://youtube.com/shorts/T-68dfI9TJc?feature=share As I sat on my patio, a mourning dove flew in near me. I was surprised because they usually fly onto the sidewalk in front and then start eating from the gravel, where I sometimes sweep the nyger birdseed. They’ll eventually wander onto the patio to eat the freshest stuff! Before I evenContinue reading “2 Mourning Doves on My Patio!”

Hopkins Covered Bridge: National Register of Historic Places!

Advertisements “The Hopkins Covered Bridge is a wooden covered bridge that crosses the Trout River in Enosburg, Vermont on Hopkins Bridge Road. Built in 1875 by brothers Sheldon & Savannah Jewett, it is one of a cluster of area covered bridges all attributed to the same builders. It was listed on the National Register ofContinue reading “Hopkins Covered Bridge: National Register of Historic Places!”

Longley Covered Bridge: National Register!

Advertisements “The Longley Covered Bridge, also known as the Harnois Covered Bridge,[2] is a wooden covered bridge that crosses the Trout River in Montgomery, Vermont on Longley Bridge Road. Built in 1863, this Town lattice truss bridge is the oldest of a group of area bridges built by brothers Sheldon & Savannah Jewett. It wasContinue reading “Longley Covered Bridge: National Register!”

St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church

Advertisements “St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church is a historic church building located on Vermont Route 118 in Montgomery, Vermont in the United States. Its congregation was formed in 1821 as Union Episcopal Church. Church construction began in 1833 and was completed in 1835, when it was consecrated by the Rt. Rev. John Henry Hopkins, first bishopContinue reading “St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church”

Brick School Museum Closes for Season on September 24, 2022!!

Advertisements 4127 Ethan Allen Highway (that’s Route 7) is the address and it’s located across the street from the Georgia Fire and Rescue building. This place is definitely worth your time to visit. Any of the volunteers is likely happy to share stories with you. Just ask! “The Georgia Historical Society (GHS) was started inContinue reading “Brick School Museum Closes for Season on September 24, 2022!!”

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