Weekend Weathervanes: The Seahorse

Weekend Weathervanes

The Seahorse

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!


Where else should I find a “seahorse” other than Florida?

While on vacation, we stopped at St. Augustine, Florida for the night… and on the way to dinner, my eye spotted this seahorse weathervane. I told hubby that on the way, I’d take a few photos of it, but isn’t it always the case… that you never remember where it was! It took a second ride-by to finally discover it again… on the top of a gazebo in a children’s playground. I was afraid they might call the cops on me, thinking I was trying to photograph their children, but they quickly looked at me and then turned back around… I guess I looked innocent enough!


Located on top of a gazebo at a children’s playground on RT 1A in St. Augustine, Florida


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3 Responses to Weekend Weathervanes: The Seahorse

  1. Antoinette Truglio Martin says:

    Cool seahorse weathervane.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. True Lewis says:

    I need to start paying attention. It’s hard to do when your driving. There will be an opportunity for when my husband drives me the next time and I can actually enjoy the view and look out the window for such weathervane. Great and Unique and glad you found one!

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