Saturday, November 29, 2008

The Falls on the Yantic River

I'm doing some research on a little more Norwich history to share with you but I've got some more digging to do before that post is going to be ready so in the meantime, I thought I'd share a couple of pictures with you that I recently took of the Upper and Lower Falls along the Yantic River.

The Upper Falls 1a
The Upper Falls
The Lower Falls
The Lower Falls

There's a story here that I think you'll really like, I just need some more time to write it! In the meantime, I'll be at work for 16 very long hours both today and tomorrow. If I don't get around to visiting your blogs this weekend, I hope you'll understand and I promise to get around to everyone after work Monday evening - honest!

Everyone have a great weekend!

15 comments:

  1. Gorgeous photos of the falls. Reminds me of the falls in the former
    Humphreysville, present-day Seymour, named after good ol' David Humphreys. He had his woolen mill along the river.

    A post idea! thanks, my dear

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  2. Can't wait for that Norwich story

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  3. You do real classy pictures, Linda.

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  4. Very pretty. Your photography is awesome Linda. I can so relate to your back to back 16 hour shifts. I so remember.

    You try to have a great weekend too. Big hug. :)

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  5. Terrific photos as always! Survive your day...

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  6. So beautiful, Linda! We bet they make the most lovely sound, too!

    Try not to work too hard. That's a lot of hours in a row!

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  7. well don't work too hard, ok?

    smiles, bee
    xoxoxoxoxoxoxo

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  8. Is that what's behind you in your profile pic? It is beautiful!

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  9. Nice pics, Linda! Love your profile pic, too! You & "Mrs. Bulldog" have that one big thing in common...you'd both rather be BEHIND the lens instead of in front! Funny thing is, I'll tell ya both - neither one of you make a bad photo...on either side! ;-)

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  10. Received... Linda... 1.9.0.6

    * Painful Pause *

    Gahhhhhhhhhh!

    Good luck, you are a better person then I.

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  11. Is this the Indian Leap Falls story?

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  12. Absolutely beautiful and so wild looking that you might almost have gone back a couple of hundre years. I hope there weren't too many emergencies on Thanksgiving.

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  13. Sigh....such a beautiful place! I told hubman how much I admire your photos and that there just weren't very many places here (close)that I'd want to photograph! I guess I'll have to be more imaginative.
    Looking forward to the story!
    ~~~Blessings~~~

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