Since October 2011
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CONCERNED ABOUT “DUNKIN’S DECEPTION”? – Read This:
PICTURE THIS – A STATEMENT OF CONCERN
Scroll below to see two well placed Solar Fields
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DEADLINE FOR the OCTOBER 2021 Issue –
SEPTEMBER 22, 2021
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THEY CAN BE HIDDEN
And, here are two well hidden and appropriate solar fields, this first at Shelburne Museum in Shelburne, Vermont. CLICK ON THIS LINK for full details, and take a look below at both images of properly sited installations.
The Solar Array Field at 1830s Old Sturbridge Village
at Sturbridge, Massachusetts – operating since 2017 serving the living history museum — appropriate, well situated
and you would never know.
Click on the link below to see that:
ONLY THE TREES ARE DIFFERENT
Let’s get together to Plant Ahead
The Walpole Common – 3 June 2017
Just about perfect – 29 December 2016
Click here for images of leaves around town October 20, 2016 including a comparison with the image below
Looking at the Village from North Road – October 18, 2015
Photo by Ray Boas
WALPOLE FROM THE AIR — While living in Walpole, researching the opening chapter of his novel HAWAII, James Michener called Walpole “the quintessential New England Village.”
You may click on the image for a larger size.
I took this video 19 September 2013 from the top of Walpole’s Town Hall. Probably my favorite stereo views (seen in my book – AS IT WAS…AND STILL IS – WALPOLE, NEW HAMPSHIRE) were taken from the Town House Observatory in 1874/5. Looking at those images, and the video below, not much has changed except the trees
And, this was fun to see
SNOW ATOP MT. ASCUTNEY – October 23, 2016
click on image for full panorama