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Photophile Musings – The Sparkle Barn

The Sparkle Barn in Wallingford, Vermont is a great shop with tons of artistic handcrafted gifts nested inside an 1800’s dairy barn. My favorite products there are the wide selection of both softbound and hardbound journals. I bought just one today, but there’s little doubt I’ll be returning soon for more! You can also shop […]

View From the Vanderbilt’s Backyard – Photophile Musings

This is one of the few photos that I took at the Vanderbilt Mansion Historic Site in the mansion’s backyard on August 21, 2021. While this was a great shot across the river behind the house, I didn’t get many other photos in the area. That’s because people were literally using both the front and […]

Setting Down to Type a Masterpiece – Photophile Musings

When I was younger, I actually owned a vintage typewriter; I believe it formerly belonged to a family member. It was painted a pale green, and I can’t recall the brand, but it actually still worked. In the late 90’s, though, it was impossible to acquire a new ribbon for it. Nowadays, they actually produce […]

Photophile Musings: Taconic Mountains Ramble State Park in Vermont

On May 25, 2021, Thomas Slatin and I paid a visit to one of the newest state parks in Vermont called Taconic Mountains Ramble. Not only is the entry free, but it’s one of the more impressive state parks she and I have personally seen – and we have been to many in the Northeast […]

Woodstock Middle Bridge, Vermont – Photophile Musings

One of the more charming things in Vermont is the many covered bridges dotted all over the landscape. While the Woodstock Middle Bridge in Woodstock, Vermont is not one of the best known covered bridge, it’s certainly one of the most charming and does have some historical significance. In fact, the Middle Bridge in Woodstock […]

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