Saturday, September 27, 2014

Vermont - The Little RV Visits the Northeast

I've said it before but I love all of the history in this part of the country. Everything is so old and the architecture is beautiful.  The details on the buildings always catch my eye and beg to be photographed.  Yesterday we spent some time in St. Johnsbury, originated in 1760, looking at the beautiful architecture and taking photos from every angle. 

St. Johnsbury is built on a hill and from a distance you see trees with many church steeples reaching toward the sky. We walked around the historic downtown area and noted most of that part of the city seems to have been built in the 1870s and 1880s.  
South Congressional Church and
 St. Johnsbury Academy

Fairbanks Museum 

North Congressional Church

North Congressional Church

Estabrook House Bed and Breakfast

This one's for you Alex.
St. Johnsbury Fire Department

Fairbanks Museum 

St. John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church

North Congressional Church

Of course after enjoying the town we headed to the countryside and found more beautiful scenery.
Countryside Farm

Unknown Lake, Vermont

Miles Pond

1 comment:

  1. Very pretty. I sure miss the Fall of the year in the north east. Spent the first half of my live in Pennsylvania.