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!”

Old White Meeting House, aka “Granny’s Attic”

“Memories of the South Hero Meeting House By Teresa Robinson (President South Hero Bicentennial Museum) In 2013 when Paige Brownell was in fourth grade at Folsom School, her social studies class took a field trip down to the Old White Meeting House. Paige felt inspired to research more about the old church when she andContinue reading “Old White Meeting House, aka “Granny’s Attic””

Guess the Building’s Origins!

Tell me in the comments below how this building was used. Can you guess all 3??? If I got 2 and missed the most obvious (DUH!!!), I suspect you’ll do better than I did! The full video is tomorrow, which goes LIVE at 12:30 am!! 🙂 Join me for a LIVE CHAT as the videoContinue reading “Guess the Building’s Origins!”

ABANDONED Sand Bar Inn

From Seven Days VT: ‘”Conventional wisdom holds that the first three rules for choosing commercial real estate are location, location and location. If that’s the case, what’s the deal with the old Sand Bar Inn, a long-vacant motel on the west side of the Sandbar Causeway in South Hero? If ever a spot were primeContinue reading “ABANDONED Sand Bar Inn”

South Hero Inn

“The South Hero Inn is a historic commercial building at 301 United States Route 2 (corner of South Street) in the center of South Hero, Vermont. Built in 1829, it is a prominent local example of a stone building with Federal and Greek Revival features, and served as a traveler accommodation until the early 1970s.Continue reading “South Hero Inn”

Ebenezer Allen: Ethan Allen’s Cousin!

“Here Ethan Allen’s cousin, Ebenezer, made the first settlement on South Hero. From his tavern, Ethan, one of the “heroes” for whom the islands were named, started homeward across the ice to Burlington, Feb. 11, 1789. Stricken en route, the Green Mountain Boy died the next day.Site: 3.5 miles south”-https://youtu.be/1sW7wGRnBlk From History.com: “On February 12,Continue reading “Ebenezer Allen: Ethan Allen’s Cousin!”

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