Nature Notes

July 23, 2017

McCleery Covered Bridge, Ohio

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McCleery Covered Bridge, Ohioo

McCleery Covered Bridge, Ohio

 When Built: 1864

Builders: Jacob R. Brandt

Description: The bridge was moved to its present location in 2006 and became part of a bike path.

This is part of a series on Ohio’s Covered Bridges. You can find an index here.

Guide to Ohio Covered Bridges

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July 22, 2017

Portland Head Lighthouse, Maine

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Portland Head Lighthouse, Maine

Portland Head Lighthouse, Maine

Portland Head Lighthouse in Maine is probably North America’s most photographed lighthouse. Located at Cape Elizabeth, construction was begun in 1787 at George Washington’s directive and completed in 1791.

Portland Head Lighthouse, Maine

Portland Head Lighthouse, Maine

Portland Head Lighthouse, Maine


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July 21, 2017

Dunbar Covered Bridge, Indiana

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Dunbar Covered Bridge, Indiana

Dunbar Covered Bridge, Indiana

When Built: 1880

Builders: Not known

Description: It is a fine looking structure in spite of signs of wear with an interesting arrangement of windows.

 

Dunbar Covered Bridge, Indiana

Dunbar Covered Bridge, Indiana

¬†This is part of a series on Indiana’s Covered Bridges. You can find an index here.

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July 20, 2017

July 18, 2017

McConnell’s Mill and Covered Bridge, Pennsylvania

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McConnell's Mill and Covered Bridge, Pennsylvania

McConnell’s Mill and Covered Bridge, Pennsylvania

When Built: 1875 (Bridge) 1869 (Mill)

Builders: Not known

Description: Built in a very scenic area, the restored mill is just upstream from the Covered bridge.

 

McConnell's Mill Covered Bridge, Pennsylvania

McConnell’s Mill Covered Bridge, Pennsylvania

This is part of a series on Pennsylvania’s Covered Bridges.
Pennsyvania Coming Soon

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July 17, 2017

Neustadt Mill: Ontario’s Old Mills

Filed under: Mill,Ontario — Tags: , , — Harold Stiver @ 6:00 am
Neustadt Mill: Ontario's Old Mills

Neustadt Mill: Ontario’s Old Mills

Built in 1857 in Neustadt and operated as a grain mill until 1990.

Ontario's Old Mills

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July 16, 2017

Guilford Covered Bridge, Indiana

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Guilford Covered Bridge, Indiana

Guilford Covered Bridge, Indiana

When Built: 1879 (Rebuilt or replaced in 1998)

Builders: A.M. Kennedy & Sons (original) LL Brown Co. and the Amos Schwartz Co. (1998)

Description: Originally situated on nearby Yorkridge Rd., it was moved to the present site in 1960. Repaied or replaced in 1998 after a fire. Some nice design touches on the portals and sides.

This is part of a series on Indiana’s Covered Bridges. You can find an index here.

Guilford Covered Bridge, Indiana Guilford Covered Bridge, Indiana

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July 15, 2017

Dead Man’s Fingers

Filed under: Fungi,Ontario — Tags: — Harold Stiver @ 6:00 am
Dead Man's Fingers, Xylaria polymorpha

Dead Man’s Fingers, Xylaria polymorpha

I was having a wander through a local woods when I noticed this very odd looking fungi nestled in a dark corner. It is known as Dead Man’s Fingers, Xylaria polymorpha. It grows near the base of a dead stump on the wood just beneath the ground. I suppose with a little imagination, it might resemble the fingers of a dead man, but I tend to think it looks more like something a cat might leave behind.


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