Stone Bath House at Sand Bar State Park

From SAH: “The stone bathhouse at Sand Bar State Park is perhaps the single most substantial summer park building that the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) erected in Vermont. It also represents the contribution of the CCC in the development of twenty-two parks within the Vermont State Park system. The bathhouse, which measures approximately 35 ×Continue reading “Stone Bath House at Sand Bar State Park”

9/11 Memorial

“This flag is a memorial to those who lost their lives in the attacks of September 11, 2001. It was erected by Grand Isle County residents during the 24 hours following the event. Flying from a birch pole set on a sand bar in the lake, it was later moved to higher ground. On SeptemberContinue reading “9/11 Memorial”

Samuel de Champlain: “Here is History”

“Here is History” is a bold declarative statement. It is also true. If this were a line at the beginning of a book, I would eagerly read on. Would you? From the State Historic Marker: “These islands were first seen by a European in 1609, when Samuel De Champlain explored the Lake which bears hisContinue reading “Samuel de Champlain: “Here is History””

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