Road Trippin’ – Lakes Region

I recall the town where I grew up having a small local post office like this. It’s good to see they still exist.
I’m surprised I haven’t seen more cows in my travels. I’ve seen a few but this group was the most photogenic.
Cool sign; the top looks more vintage than the bottom.
Someone understands global warning and wants to get the word out.
Nothing says country like mailboxes on a dirt road.
This majestic church looks out over Meredith Bay which I will show you tomorrow.

28 thoughts on “Road Trippin’ – Lakes Region

  1. Nancy

    What lovely finds you see along the way. I just love seeing what you see in this quaint little area.
    Looking forward to tomorrow.
    I have been busy and not on WordPress so hopefully I’ll get caught up with you and see more of your road trip.
    Happy Sunday Chris!

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    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Thank you, Nancy. There is a very quaint area near this lighthouse that I want to return to and make photos of. I went yesterday to scout it out but the light wasn’t right. I hope your busy-ness is the good kind and you’re enjoying life.

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      1. Liz Gauffreau

        You’re welcome, Mark. I never would have thought the mailbox was across the road from the Quaker Meeting House. The photos have such a different from each other.

  2. photobyjohnbo

    Nice collection of sights along the road. My wife and I just started planning a three-week road trip through the northwest states (avoiding population centers) and focusing on national and state parks.

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  3. Sandra

    I love this series of images! The cows, the signs, the PO, the mailboxes in B&W, and the church. A whole town in one post. Beautiful, Chris! Thanks for the virtual visit.

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