May 10, 2021

Wildwood Park and the North River

 Blog Post #7525

The town of Bridgewater is known for parks and Bridgewater College. First settled in 1746, the town is situated along the North River in Rockingham County.

Today's images are from our recent visit to the town's Wildwood Park. The first image shows a view looking downriver from above the dam plus a look at the dam itself. 


A mural has been added since the last time we were there. 

It was a great day to visit the park. Trees were green and flowers were blooming.




9 comments:

  1. ...spring has sprung and it's beautiful.

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  2. It does feel like spring is establishing itself.

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  3. A nice tree mural to celebrate Spring.
    Lovely Spring pictures Linda.
    Thanks for participating in Monday Murals

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  4. Beautiful photos of the river scenes. I like the contrast between the peaceful and rushing water. It's always good to see a new mural.

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  5. Lovely photos. Have a good week. I am at #16 of the linky

    Muchđź’šlove

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  6. Looks like a nice walk in the park. Spring is just lovely.

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  7. Pretty views of the mural and park. The falls is a lovely scene! Take care, have a happy day!

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  8. Wonderful selection of photographs and mosaics.
    I like the tree mural.

    All the best Jan

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  9. Linda - this is what spring is all about - new life! Thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday - it's energizing!

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