Month: October 2006

Posted in New England

Gay City

Curiously named Gay City was founded just before the 1800’s by families seeking religious freedom and was around for roughly 80 years until the Industrial… read more Gay City

Posted in New England

Abandoned Cemetery in West Warwick

Yet another find through geocaching. I’ve tried to find the name of this cemetery or even some history behind it, but I’ve come up empty… read more Abandoned Cemetery in West Warwick

Posted in New England

Lizzie Borden House & Grave

“Lizzie Borden took an ax…” You know the rest. Or at least you should. All the way back in 1992, my 6th grade class did… read more Lizzie Borden House & Grave

Posted in New England

The Paper House

I heard about a house made of newspaper being somewhere in Massachusetts. Since it wasn’t too far from Salem, I figured we’d check it out…. read more The Paper House

Posted in New England

Salem’s Smallest Cemetery

I don’t know why I didn’t take pics of this on my first trip. In front of a church not far from Howard Street Cemetery… read more Salem’s Smallest Cemetery

Posted in New England Trips

New England ’06

Mill wall at Gay City, CT This trip took a complete 180 the day before we left. I originally planned to do some stuff in… read more New England ’06