Looking out over Quechee Vermont on a clear summer day.
Shooting into the sun never ends well.
The calm before the alleged storm. One place says 6-12 inches of snow. Another place says 3-6 inches of snow. Who knows. It’s not like I have to go anywhere. Although, I do want to get over to the White Mountains this week.
Left over foliage picture.
Foliage season is early this year!
The Green River Covered Bridge is a covered bridge in western Guilford, Vermont. Built in the 1870s by Marcus Worden, it is a Town lattice truss bridge, carrying Green River Road over the eponymous river in a small rural village of the same name. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.