Have I mentioned my kinship to a certain Doctor?
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|Roped off because the sun overheated the metal, making it a hazard|
|Do you see your favorite?|
|Seuss on the Loose GC7578R|
Andrew Titus (1823- 1896) was a successful real estate man in Springfield. His family grave site in Springfield Cemetery is marked with a solid white marble sculpture of a two story Victorian mansion. The front of the home is inscribed IN MANSIONS ABOVE. On the side and on the door is the family name TITUS. In front of the mansion are additional gravestones shaped as miniature house, for three Titus women - Louise, Mary and Pamela. [waymarking.com]
|Dinosaur Footprints Earthcache GCNP8D|
|Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Arch - Brownstone|
Earth Cache GC5177R
|Are you old enough to recognize this?|
"Hartford went wild with joy in May of 1766 at the news of the British Parliament's repeal of the despised Stamp Act, which taxed paper products used in the colonies, ranging from newspapers to legal documents. Thirty young men met in the brick school-house on May 23 to prepare a fireworks display in celebration. Gunpowder stored in the schoolhouse was accidentally ignited, causing an explosion that 'in an Instant reduced the Building to a Heap of Rubbish,' according to the Connecticut Courant newspaper. The blast killed Bernham and five other men."
|For All Who Answered the Call GCB002|
|Connecticut's First WebCamCache GCH6AB|
|William Blackstone Memorial GCDFBF|
|Stillhouse Cove GC4681|