Weekend Weathervanes: Ye Old Stagecoach… Dodgingtown, CT.

Weekend Weathervanes

 Ye Old Stagecoach… Dodgingtown, CT.

Now I know what to do with those photos – “thanks” to Heather Wilkinson Rojo at Nutfield Genealogy; she blogs Weekly Wednesday Weathervanes  in New Hampshire.  Please check out her page and enjoy the many unusual weathervane photos and often be entertained with a history lesson. It’s amazing at what you can encounter in your travels – You Just Need To Look Up!

Stagecoach Closeup FIX

I was pleasantly surprised when I spied “Ye Old Stagecoach” high above a garage in Dodgingtown, CT., a small town near Redding. This was a new area of roads for us… so our eyes were peeled for new weathervane discoveries… and we were rewarded!

The stagecoach seems to have a man riding in the back seat playing an instrument, but I’m not sure of the type. Riding in the middle, I believe, is a woman with others… and on the front seat is the driver, with a whip… and possibly another woman. The stagecoach is pulled by a team of four horses, complete with harness lines showing; love seeing the definition of the whip and spokes in the wagon wheels.

Stagecocach top FIX

Stagecoach FIX


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7 Responses to Weekend Weathervanes: Ye Old Stagecoach… Dodgingtown, CT.

  1. Luanne @ TFK says:

    That’s an extremely ornate weathervane!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Lyn Smith says:

    Very nice. I think that instrument could be of the flute family?
    You really know how to find the unusual.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Heather Rojo says:

    This one is adorable! I’ve seen coaches and buggies on weathervanes, but never this ornate with all the people and details!

    Liked by 1 person

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