November 20, 2014

Beautiful Downtown Wardensville

Wardensville is in West Virginia but it's less than 30 miles from home. It's the first town we reach after we cross the mountain on Route 55.


This picture of the Visitor Center is unremarkable but I'm including it for two reasons.
  1. It has a fence, qualifying it for the Good Fences blog hop.
  2. It introduces the second photo! 

I love the weather vane that's on top of the Visitor Center.  I'm sharing this with Look Up, Look Down

Next door is a cute shop that sells coffee, crafts, and collectibles. 


14 comments:

  1. what a cute looking place! thanks, linja!

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  2. That is one of the best weather vanes I have ever seen!

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  3. Very cute place. I love that weather vane too

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  4. HI, Oh My---Love the weather vane... Since I love trains, that would naturally be a favorite of mine.

    We haven't taken Highway 55 --but always wanted to.... Maybe someday we will.

    Happy Thanksgiving, Linda.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  5. That is one of the neatest weather vanes I've seen. Wardensville must be a cute little town.

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  6. that is a neat weather vane and the fence isn't too bad either.

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  7. That place just begs for a good look around. So cute.

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  8. Looks like a nice place to visit. I looked up where it is and it's just 1 hour 45 minutes from where I live in western MD.

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  9. Now that's a very different kind of weather vane! I like it.

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  10. In New England, I see lots of unusual (and many common) weathervanes, but this train engine is pretty distinctive.

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  11. Love it! Nice entryway fence and weathervane and the totem pole is great too.

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  12. Nice fence, cute weather vane and little shops like that are so much fun to go browse.

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  13. That is a cool weather vane♪ http://lauriekazmierczak.com/brevity/

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  14. What a fun weather vane. I'm planning a weather vane post soon, but not sure I've seen any as good as this.

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