Shelburne Veterans Memorial

“The Monument was officially dedicated on Sunday, September 13, 2015. Dedication speech was given by Gary von Stange, Selectboard Chair.”-https://www.shelburnevt.org/266/Honor-Our-Veterans-Veterans-Monument “Veterans CommitteePurpose/Mission Statement: Shelburne Veterans Monument Committee shall provide oversight of the Veterans’ Memorial, completed in 2015, located on the Northeast corner of the Shelburne Parade Ground. Oversight includes ongoing financial support, ceremonial activities, ongoingContinue reading “Shelburne Veterans Memorial”

Clouds at Sunset

https://youtube.com/shorts/OWCv1MD8bAM?feature=share As I was driving to my friends’ house, I was enthralled by the humongous clouds. So, when it was safe to pull over, I opted to photograph and film. The bonus was capturing the sunset as well.

“Museum Covered Bridge” at Shelburne Museum

“Built in 1845, the Museum Covered Bridge[1] originally spanned the Lamoille River in Cambridge, Vermont. The trusses for the double bridge were assembled in a field next to the chosen site. Measuring 168 feet (51 m) in length, with two vehicle lanes and a footpath (attached after its original construction), it is an impressive exampleContinue reading ““Museum Covered Bridge” at Shelburne Museum”

Shelburne Museum Classic Auto Festival

I love a classic car show and the annual one at the Shelburne Museum is wonderful! The video today is a compilation of some of the photos I snapped back in…2017…I think. When I find the rest, we know there will be a second video, right? #shelburnemuseum #classiccarshow #classiccars #classiccarspotting

Village Cemetery, Shelburne, Vermont #7

“Garrad Burritt gave the land for the Old Section of the Village Cemetery in 1829. With over 2000+ burials, the Village cemetery is one of the most well tended, beautiful cemeteries in the State of Vermont.”-https://www.shelburnevt.org/222/Village-Cemetery

Village Cemetery in Shelburne, Vermont Part 6

“Garrad Burritt gave the land for the Old Section of the Village Cemetery in 1829. With over 2000+ burials, the Village cemetery is one of the most well tended, beautiful cemeteries in the State of Vermont. St. Catherine’s Cemetery is now included in the Village Cemetery.”-https://www.shelburnevt.org/222/Village-Cemetery

Vermont’s 39th Governor: John Lester Barstow

A HUGE SHOUT-OUT to the Shelburne, Vermont Town Clerk’s Office for their help in finding this grave! They even gave me a map!! Yay! “John Lester Barstow (February 21, 1832 – June 28, 1913) was an American teacher, farmer, politician, and soldier who served as the 39th governor of Vermont, United States. Early Life: Barstow was bornContinue reading “Vermont’s 39th Governor: John Lester Barstow”

Governor Richard Snelling of Vermont

“Richard Arkwright Snelling (February 18, 1927 – August 13, 1991) was an American businessman and politician. He was most notable for his service as the 76th and 78th governor of Vermont from 1977 to 1985 and from January 10, 1991, until his death. A native of Allentown, Pennsylvania, Snelling was educated in Allentown and served inContinue reading “Governor Richard Snelling of Vermont”

Strolling Spear Street Cemetery in Shelburne, Vermont: Part 3

Today’s video is the last installment of the Spear Street Cemetery in Shelburne, Vermont.  We’ll visit some newer graves down back, including one family’s cremains. So please join me for this stroll… “This cemetery was first used in 1794 and is still an active cemetery. A large number of the early settlers bought land inContinue reading “Strolling Spear Street Cemetery in Shelburne, Vermont: Part 3”

Strolling Spear Street Cemetery in Shelburne, Vermont: Part 2

Today’s video is Part 2 of my stroll through the Spear Street Cemetery in Shelburne, Vermont.  There are Revolutionary War soldiers buried there, as well as some who served during World War II.  Expect to see multiple children’s graves as well as too many broken headstones.  “This cemetery was first used in 1794 and isContinue reading “Strolling Spear Street Cemetery in Shelburne, Vermont: Part 2”

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