Georgia Plain Cemetery: Part 3

Today’s video is Part 3 of three parts of the Georgia Plain Cemetery. Please join me to see the graves of several firefighters and a shed that is clearly abandoned and so much more! I walked the large Georgia Plain Cemetery and focused on those graves with some of the most interesting markers. Join meContinue reading “Georgia Plain Cemetery: Part 3”

Georgia Plain Cemetery: Part 2

Today’s video is Part 2 of my visit to the Georgia Plain Cemetery in Georgia, Vermont. I walked the large Georgia Plain Cemetery and focused on those graves with some of the most interesting markers. Join me as I discover so many firefighters buried there! Join me as I discover a grave monument that remindsContinue reading “Georgia Plain Cemetery: Part 2”

Georgia Plain Cemetery: Part 1

I walked the large Georgia Plain Cemetery and focused on those graves with some of the most interesting markers. Join me as I discover so many firefighters buried there! Join me as I discover a grave monument that reminds me of a Crayola crayon tip! Join me as I discover a side entrance into aContinue reading “Georgia Plain Cemetery: Part 1”

Sabin Cemetery

“Located on the Plains Road, Jct near Pattee Road (curve). Many stones broken, unreadable, and appears many are missing. Surnames:Ballard, Blair, Dorman, Davis Dunton, Hathaway, Hobart, Hubbell, Johnson, Lewis, Nichols, Parmelee, Rogers, Sabin, Wright. This cemetery was completely photographed in 2006 and added to Find a Grave then.”-https://www.findagrave.com/cemetery/2182824/sabin-cemetery

GUIDED INTERIOR TOUR of Georgia Historical Society Museum!

I spent an absolutely delightful Saturday afternoon with Cindy Ploof, who is the President of the Georgia Historical Society. She offered me a GUIDED TOUR of the INTERIOR of the District School No. 8, which is the location of the Georgia Historical Society Museum. 4127 Ethan Allen Highway (that’s Route 7) is the address andContinue reading “GUIDED INTERIOR TOUR of Georgia Historical Society Museum!”

Fuller Covered Bridge: National Register of Historic Places!

“The Fuller Covered Bridge, also known as the Blackfalls Covered Bridge[2] is a wooden covered bridge that crosses Black Falls Brook in Montgomery, Vermont on Fuller Bridge Road. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.[1] The bridge is one of a concentrated regional collection built by brothers Sheldon & SavannahContinue reading “Fuller Covered Bridge: National Register of Historic Places!”

Community Baptist Church and Parsonage: National Register of Historic Places!

“The Community Baptist Church and Parsonage are a historic church property at 2 and 10 Mountain Road in the center of Montgomery, Vermont. The church, built in 1866, is a prominently placed example of Greek Revival architecture, while the adjacent parsonage house is a well-preserved example of the Colonial Revival. The church was for manyContinue reading “Community Baptist Church and Parsonage: National Register of Historic Places!”

Saint Albans Museum TEASER VIDEO

I had the great fortune of meeting with Lisa Evans, the Executive Director of the Saint Albans Museum. She offered me a tour of this wonderful place. This is an Historical Society museum. What does that mean? An Historical Society preserves its area’s history. Oftentimes, they are the keepers of the objects, too. The SocietyContinue reading “Saint Albans Museum TEASER VIDEO”

THE GRATITUDE EDITION!

Well, I HAD been traveling until I returned to my car, started it and tried to shift out of park. And…ABSOLUTELY NO GO!! My car would NOT shift at all. What the heck??? I’ve experienced a variety of crazy times with too many cars over the years. But this was a first. I posted aContinue reading “THE GRATITUDE EDITION!”

Houghton House: National Register of Historic Places!

“The Houghton House is a historic house at 86 South Main Street in the city of St. Albans, Vermont. Built about 1800, with an interior dating to 1829–30, it is a fine and little-altered local example of transitional Georgian-Federal styling, and is one of the city’s oldest surviving buildings. It was listed on the NationalContinue reading “Houghton House: National Register of Historic Places!”

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