The Wayward Walker's PhotoBlog

I have always loved old bridges. There is something special about coming across a bridge built 0ver 150 years, still standing, and in some cases still serving…

Here are some photos from a recent hike I took to a local waterfall. For a video of my hike click here …

All we have is rust in the woods. Whenever I hike through the woods I usually manage to find some rusted relics... I can't always identify them, but I find them…

Today, although cold, damp, and foggy, I found my way to a local state park where I went to see an old 1740's sawmill. Those pictures will be here soon. Here…

I am blessed to belong to a parish with a beautiful church building. It is at it's best when lit up for Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve. Merry Christmas

It was a cold, gloomy, gray winter day but I needed to get out. I visited two local cemeteries dating from the Colonial area. There are people buried in these…

We had our first snowfall of the season, I'm sure it won't be the last. I managed to get out and take a few pictures.

Yesterday's wander took me to an abandoned lead mine site. These mines were begun in the late 1600s by a local Native American tribe. After being abandoned for…

Today I walked another section of the Quinebaug. This one-mile section winds through the woods, past the foundations of the now-gone village of Westville.

When I wander waywardly through the woods, I come across some interesting things. Some are obvious, others not so much. Here is one such anomaly. Here is what I…

The Quinebaug River flows through Massachusetts and Connecticut. It was a vital tool in the development of this area. Join me in my wanderings along this…

The woods are full of surprises. You wander off the beaten path and you never know what you will find. A glimpse through the trees... Show the remains of a barn…
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