https://youtube.com/shorts/JL9I1bCRPZY?feature=share June 14 is Flag Day here in the USA. Do you know why? It is because the Continental Congress approved the design of a national flag. And that was on June 14, 1777.
“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”
According to a variety of real estate sites, this is either a single family or multi-family home. No idea if it is currently occupied. It certainly looks abandoned, given not only the building’s condition, but the lack of lawn care.
“The steamboat Ticonderoga is one of two remaining side-paddle-wheel passenger steamers with a vertical beam engine of the type that provided freight and passenger service on America’s bays, lakes and rivers from the early 19th to the mid-20th centuries. Commissioned by the Champlain Transportation Company, Ticonderoga was built in 1906 at the Shelburne Shipyard inContinue reading “The Ticonderoga: National Historic Landmark”
Today’s video is the result of strolling another section of the Village Cemetery in Shelburne, Vermont. My ultimate goal is to film all of it. I’m nearly there, which is exciting. There is an old Germanic belief that a person is truly dead when their name and deeds are forgotten. Granted, I don’t typically knowContinue reading “Strolling the Village Cemetery in Shelburne, Vermont #9”
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.
“Built in 1845, the Museum Covered Bridge 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”
Join me as I stroll another portion of the Village Cemetery in Shelburne, Vermont. It was a gorgeous, but cool day yesterday as I filmed. Perfect weather to walk a cemetery. “Garrad Burritt gave the land for the Old Section of the Village Cemetery in 1829. With over 2000+ burials, the Village cemetery is oneContinue reading “Village Cemetery in Shelburne, Vermont #8”
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
“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