Archive for July, 2013

Fourth of July 2013

Fourth of July 2013

Cheryl and I went to this years fireworks with our Grand-daughter Lily, our daughter (Lily’s Mom) and her husband. They were held in the countryside of our home town. A local wholesale farm donated the event to the community. Finding a place to park was a little tough. There was one […]

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Yale Art Gallery

Yale Art Gallery

Hours and Costs: Free and Open to the Public 1111 Chapel Street (at York Street) Tuesday–Friday 10:00 am–5:00 pm Thursday until 8:00 pm (Sept–June) Saturday-Sunday 11:00 am-5:00 pm Closed Mondays and major holidays Museum Information:    General and program information 203.432.0600 Group and school tours 203.436.8827 Membership 203.432.9658 Bookstore 203.432.0601 […]

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Chapman Falls – Haddam, CT

Chapman Falls – Haddam, CT

During the winter of 2013 Cheryl and I visited Devil’s Hopyard State Park in East Haddam. This was our first visit to the park with the intention of photographing the waterfall known as “Chapman Falls”. The day of our visit it was very crowded which required considerable patience when taking […]

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Point St. Bridge, Providence, RI

Point St. Bridge, Providence, RI

Built in 1927 the Point Street Bridge spans the Providence River. Although originally a swing bridge it is now fixed in place. This is because the Fox Point Hurricane Barrier, built downstream to the south, prevents larger vessels from gaining entrance to the Providence River. The Point St. park is […]

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Providence, RI skyline

Providence, RI skyline

Founded in 1636 by Roger Williams the City of Providence, RI once known as “the beehive of industry” has shifted gears to become “the creative capitol”. This is due to the decline of manufacturing and the growth of education and arts. Providence is also home to (8) hospitals and (7) […]

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