Wednesday, August 3, 2022

A Skier - Weathervane Wednesday

 Today's weathervane was photographed in Sugar Hill, New Hampshire.

This two dimensional gilded weathervane of a skier hurtling down a mountain was photographed in Sugar Hill during the height of lupine season in June 2022.  This little weathervane caught my eye on one side of the road whilst everyone else in my car was looking the other direction at the lupines!  This is a highly detailed weathervane, even though it is not three dimensional.  You can see two skis, the powder flying behind the skier, two ski poles, and even the skier's scarf in the wind.  If you follow the lupine map given out at the visitor center in Lincoln, New Hampshire you will pass right by this little weathervane.

I'll post some lupine photographs below, too!

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To cite/link to this blog post:  Heather Wilkinson Rojo, "A Skier - Weathervane Wednesday", Nutfield Genealogy, posted August 3, 2022, ( accessed [access date]).  

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