Sunday, September 4, 2011

Nan and Bear on the Road the Concord Bridge

A dedication monument to the farmers that fought this war.

The bridge where the fight began.

                                                      This home belong to an officer.

Information on the Manse
This house is very close to the Bridge

This is a view of the Manse

This is now used as a visitor's center. But is also located close to the bridge.

Old narled tree trucks that problem stood here during the war.

Inside is a wonderful stair case

A very large chandelair

We visited the location of the home of Louisa May Alcott

A picture of the house as it stands today.

Interesting barn next to the house.

We went to the cemetary to visit the following graves

The grave of John Thoreau.

Tributes left by people at the gravesite.

Grave of Hawthorne

Grave of  Ralph Waldo Emerson

Grave of Louisa May Alcott

Off we go to our next adventure

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