August usually brings hot and humid weather to southern New England. Along with that, the month also brings one of the first country fairs of the season – the one in my hometown of Lebanon, Connecticut. On August 12-14, 2016, the 57th Lebanon Country Fair happened – and that weekend would bring heat indices well over […]
Over the summers here in Lebanon, the town library (Jonathan Trumbull Library) usually has events for the kids every week, ranging from crafts to movies to animal demonstrations to performers. This week’s act needed a little larger venue to perform some of his act – since it involved sharp objects and fire. So instead of […]
Still catching up on the backlog of photos. Here we go back to August 8th when we went to the Lebanon Lions’ 51st annual Lebanon Country Fair here in town. This year we were only able to get down there for Sunday (we normally go all three days since we live only a couple miles […]
This past Saturday, we took a ride down the road to the Lebanon Farmer’s Market at the town hall. Our goal was to get some fresh zucchini, and check things out. Oh, yeah, and the girls were adamant about jumping around in the bouncy-house.
Quick one tonight – actually the shot is from yesterday, the first day of spring. The little one (Callie, age 5) called me over to see a crocus bloom in the yard yesterday before we went out for a ride. So with it being the first bloom of the year, and the first day of […]
This past weekend was the 50th Lebanon Country Fair. As we do every year, we head down the road (literally) and do the usual fair things – eat some not-so-healthy food, walk around, let the kids play games and ride the rides, and take in the events. This year there were some different things to […]
Tonight we had to go out to a graduation party in Glastonbury, and drove through that nasty thunderstorm (the one that spawned the tornado warning for the Willimantic area). We must have gone through close to the middle of it – wind, lightning, torrential rain and near golf ball sized hail. Anyways, after the party […]
This past Saturday was our hometown’s Memorial Day parade. As we do every year, we head down to the town green, and watch the procession – which includes everything from current soldiers and veterans to goats and horses.
For you Pennsy fans out there some of the relics from the Pennsylvania Railroad era still standing around in the 21st century.
I’m down in New Jersey again for a couple days with work. And as I have done before, the camera bag came along for the ride. But this time, the Lumedyne setup made its way into the bag. After I checked into the hotel, and got dinner, I went out looking for something to shoot. […]