Along the Way: Cornish-Windsor Covered Bridge

Cornish-Windsor Covered Bridge The only day it did not rain on my trip to New England thankfully was the day I planned on visiting covered bridges in the region. Having spent the morning bouncing around eastern Vermont and western New Hampshire, I headed towards the community of Windsor, Vermont to visit the covered bridge located … Continue reading Along the Way: Cornish-Windsor Covered Bridge

Along the Way: Clay’s Covered Bridge

Clay's Covered Bridge, Little Buffalo State Park Zech and I arrived at Little Buffalo State Park, located west of Newport, before the crowds arrived. The cool morning air, mixed with the warmth of the sun, promised perfect weather. From the appearance of the empty parking lot, we would have time to photograph the covered bridge … Continue reading Along the Way: Clay’s Covered Bridge

The Secret of the Neversink Skeleton

The Berks County Potter's Field The name “Potter’s Field” often gives a negative impression upon the burial grounds set aside for those who are buried within the plot of land. Many of those fields have been forgotten and have not received the proper care, leaving the identities of those interred there forgotten to the modern … Continue reading The Secret of the Neversink Skeleton

Night of the Living Dead

Grave of Nicholas Kramer, Evans City Cemetery “Who are we searching for?” Zech asked as I drove up the gravel road to the Evans City Cemetery. The cemetery had been on my list of “Places to Visit” for a some time and while we were exploring the area, I knew I had to visit it. … Continue reading Night of the Living Dead