South Hero Bicentennial Museum TOUR!

From the South Hero Bicentennial Museum Website: “Did you know South Hero has a wonderful museum filled with South Hero history? It’s called the South Hero Bicentennial Museum. We are open Wednesdays from 10 am – 1 Pm and Saturdays, 10 am – 1 pm. Our museum is located at 317, Route 2 – twoContinue reading “South Hero Bicentennial Museum TOUR!”

Is The Haunted Trail Open?

I specifically had arrived in Grand Isle to film Halloween displays nearby. As I got out of my car, I saw a small footbridge and then noticed a door. Where did that entrance lead? Was it unlocked? Was it a door at all? This “Island Haunted Trail” had to be connected to the Halloween displaysContinue reading “Is The Haunted Trail Open?”

Emmons Island Haunted Trail Display

“Grand Isle Vermont’s Most Scariest Secret. Not just your run of the mill Halloween event, this is an experience….. Have you ever thought about being a mouse in a maze?Dale’s maze is made for humans, 30ft by 40ft full size maze, 9 foot walls…you might never find your way out. The light show alone willContinue reading “Emmons Island Haunted Trail Display”

Halloween Display πŸŽƒ πŸ‘» πŸŽƒ

I have seen this display in Grand Isle since 2022. I saw that spider first and was intrigued. I finally figured out a safe place to park and was then able to film it. Otherwise, I would have to stand on the side of Route 2, a major thoroughfare through Grand Isle County. I doContinue reading “Halloween Display πŸŽƒ πŸ‘» πŸŽƒ”

INTERIOR of the Hyde Log Cabin: National Register

“This pioneer log cabin was one of the first buildings constructed in this area. Built from cedar logs by Jedediah Hyde, Jr., an engineer and veteran of the Revolutionary War, it was the home of the Hyde family for over 150 years…”-https://www.hmdb.org/m.asp?m=75485 Read a lot more here:https://travelingforhistory.com/2022/11/12/hyde-log-cabin-in-same-family-for-150-years/

War Memorial: World War I and II & All Branches

All YouTube videos go live at 12:30 am Eastern Daylight Time. Join the LIVE CHAT! The chat lasts as long as the video plays. Let’s talk about the video!! In front of the South Hero Bicentennial Museum, there is a war memorial. It honors those who served in any and all branches of the USContinue reading “War Memorial: World War I and II & All Branches”

Visit the Newly Restored Honeymoon Cabin in South Hero, Vermont

All YouTube videos go live at 12:30 am Eastern Daylight Time. Join the LIVE CHAT! The chat lasts as long as the video plays. Let’s talk!! “When Mrs. Lilian Axtell bought the Island House in South Hero in 1914, tourism was new to the islands as a result of the rail line coming across theContinue reading “Visit the Newly Restored Honeymoon Cabin in South Hero, Vermont”

Composting Toilet in a Convenience Store!

From the Clivus New England Website: “The Nepon 3-ounce Foam-Flush Toilet is offered exclusively by Clivus New England and offers the highest water efficiency for your project. CNE Keys to Success Our keys to success are eliminating water-flushing toilet fixtures, source separating wastewater flows into blackwater and greywater, and allowing for the use of compostingContinue reading “Composting Toilet in a Convenience Store!”

Reynolds-McGregor Cemetery in Alburgh, Vermont

According to the Vermont Old Cemetery Association, “[i]t was first used in 1806 and contains 27 graves.” During the filming, I incorrectly stated I thought this was the Reynolds Cemetery. I discovered with some more research that this is the Reynolds-McGregor Cemetery. Both are in Alburgh.

Burying Yard Point Memorial

According to the Vermont Old Cemetery Association, “Six+ Revolutionary War veterans buried here; destroyed in 1880 when a new bridge was built here, now marked by a monument. The following prominent people are buried here:Blanchard, William (1750-1836) – Revolutionary War.Hall, Enoch (1735-1807) – Revolutionary War.Knapp, Abraham (1739-1809) – Revolutionary War.Uttley, William (0-0) – Revolutionary War.Wales,Continue reading “Burying Yard Point Memorial”

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