BHS Gymnasium

According to the woman who escorted me around A Building, the newer bleachers will be removed and used in the new gym. They may need to cut them down some because they are too wide. I took two gym classes when I was at BHS. The first one was an aerobics class and the onlyContinue reading “BHS Gymnasium”

Historical Societies: LET’S WORK TOGETHER!!

I am writing to ask Historical Societies, with or without museums, to partner with me. I would LOVE to film your museum, talk with you about some fascinating piece of history in your area, attend a presentation and film all of these endeavors. No worries, if the thought of being on camera makes you turnContinue reading “Historical Societies: LET’S WORK TOGETHER!!”

Abandoned Farmstead?

I saw this abandoned farmstead as I was returning from filming. All I can tell you is that it’s on Route 14. Otherwise, I would be guessing as to its location. Behind the house and barn were another house and some other building, as I recall. Someone is using the back porch to stack andContinue reading “Abandoned Farmstead?”

Woodbury Graded School: National Register!

National Park Service: “The town of Woodbury had been served by several small scattered schoolhouses until 1914 when the centrally located Woodbury Graded School was constructed. Architecturally, it is an excellent example of an early 20th-century rural Vermont graded school. Its construction and history embody the economic and social history of the community, while itsContinue reading “Woodbury Graded School: National Register!”

Worcester Village School: National Register of Historic Places!

I absolutely love the fact that the Worcester Historical Society occupies the building! From the Worcester Historical Society’s website: “The purpose of the Worcester, Vermont Historical Society is to conserve the unique story of Worcester’s past through education, preservation, restoration, and interpretation for the benefit of our posterity. The Society’s resources, collections, and archives willContinue reading “Worcester Village School: National Register of Historic Places!”

The Road is Calling!

I don’t know about you, but I love to take a drive. I don’t really care where. I just love to go someplace. It’s one of my favorite things to do. Oh the places we’ll visit, too! I’ll be driving about an hour away to film some really interesting National Register of Historic Places forContinue reading “The Road is Calling!”

Meet Camille, the Bronze Statue

This bronze statue is named “Camille” and was created by Tyler Vendituoli in 2017. This sculpture is part of the South End Art Hop in Burlington, Vermont and is located at 7 Marble Avenue. From the artist’s website: “Tyler Vendituoli is based in Vergennes, VT. He designs, fabricates and installs sculpture, lighting, furniture and metalworkContinue reading “Meet Camille, the Bronze Statue”

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