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#448382 - 09/27/13 02:14 AM A Look at My Hometown
Jude Offline


Registered: 08/09/12
Posts: 1600
Loc: New England


The road to my house. One lane, no pavement


Colbern's General Store. The Post Office is inside next to the canned goods. The bank is also inside, next to the meat counter.





A view of the village. Not much there but the General Store and a white church
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Every night I have the strangest dreams
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#448403 - 09/27/13 08:55 AM Re: A Look at My Hometown [Re: Jude]
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Really awesome shots! Thanks for sharing those.
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#448405 - 09/27/13 09:10 AM Re: A Look at My Hometown [Re: Jude]
Still Offline
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Init a grand place to live!?

I love your road. Perfect!
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#448407 - 09/27/13 09:15 AM Re: A Look at My Hometown [Re: Jude]
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Loc: somewhere in Africa
beautiful.

looks peaceful.

hope it soothes your psyche!

lee
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What I left behind: a part of me. Chicago


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#448418 - 09/27/13 10:35 AM Re: A Look at My Hometown [Re: Jude]
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Registered: 09/16/13
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Loc: Surrey, United Kingdom
I've got to say that coming from the UK where we just don't have that kind of space its awesome, thanks for sharing it.
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#448473 - 09/27/13 07:13 PM Re: A Look at My Hometown [Re: tbkkfile]
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Beautiful Stuff. I love New England. When I was little, my parents used to take us up to Lake Sunapee, NH at least once or twice a year. I've also had the chance to visit coastal ME several times where my grandparents used to have a home on Penobscot Bay near Camden. There is no sight in the world like the sight of the leaves changing in Autumn in New England.

(The only thing I don't like about New England is the Pats. LOL!)


Originally Posted By: tbkkfile
I've got to say that coming from the UK where we just don't have that kind of space its awesome, thanks for sharing it.


Not to be contrarian or anything, but on my one visit to the UK, I had a chance to visit the Lake District and there was nothing but space up there. Also one of the most beautiful places I've ever been. Peace,

Ken

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#448512 - 09/28/13 01:14 AM Re: A Look at My Hometown [Re: Jude]
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Ken - you have a point the lake district is beautiful, I guess that living in the south of England on the outskirts of London its easy to forget.

New England in the autumn does look almost magical though, the colours are incredible


Edited by tbkkfile (09/28/13 01:15 AM)
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#448642 - 09/28/13 11:32 PM Re: A Look at My Hometown [Re: Jude]
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Registered: 02/06/13
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Loc: Iowa, USA
Jude

What a picturesque community - the epitome of small town Americana. It resembles a very Norman Rockwell-like quality that we wish our childhoods were like, but which, as we painfully remember, was often far from it.

It looks like the fall colors bring out the best in your town. Enjoy

Dave

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