Today's weather vane is from somewhere in Massachusetts.
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Today's weather vane was photographed in Natick, Massachusetts at the rest area on the Massachusetts Turnpike, headed eastbound towards Boston. This is a three dimensional 1950s sedan with fins and bullet headlights. The sea gull was quite happy sitting up there, and didn't leave the entire time we were there, so he is forever captured in the photos on this blog post.
If you look below, another three dimensional 1930s style sedan was photographed at the Lee rest area on the Mass Pike, and featured HERE for Weathervane Wednesday. I don't often travel on the Mass Pike, and even rarely do I stop at the rest areas. I have a feeling that some of the other rest areas and travel plazas must have similar weather vanes featuring passenger cars. I hope I can check them out soon, and if I find more I will be sure to post them here!
|Seen at the Lee travel plaza on the Mass Pike|
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Heather Wilkinson Rojo, "Weathervane Wednesday ~ At a Rest Stop", Nutfield Genealogy, posted January 6, 2016, ( http://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/2016/01/weathervane-wednesday-at-rest-stop.html : accessed [access date]).