We’re back with the penultimate installment of Dad’s Photos, having worked our way thru his old black photo album with shoestring binding in just under a year (the first installment was January 4th 2009, & the last is tentatively scheduled for Sunday, December 27th.
As I mentioned a few installments back, my father apparently ran out of captions at a certain point, & I can only guess at the actual locations of most of the remaining pictures. I will try to pinch-hit on the captions, however, with my best guesswork! There are also fewer photos this time around, simply because the remaining photos didn’t divide neatly into two sets.
Hope you enjoy them.
Car in a driving snowstorm—a Ford?
Same car, parked on a town street; I’m tempted to say both of these were taken in Vermont—especially the first one
Boat on sawhorses—again, I’m betting on Vermont, but I have no idea what/whose house this may be. My father had a lifelong love of boats & especially of fishing from boats!
Again, I’m thinking this is in Vermont—possibly the Saxtons River, which runs thru Westminster & empties into the Connecticut at Bellows Falls. The figure sitting on the rock is small, but it sure looks like my Dad, so someone else may have taken this. Was he fishing?!?
A drive thru the woods—lots of pines, so almost certainly northern New England
This could be the Saxtons River—again, it looks very much like Vermont to me