Tag Archives: Whallons Bay

Bald Eagle Surveying Lake Champlain

While returning to Essex from Elizabethtown this afternoon I spied this handsome bald eagle perched 20 to 30 feet above Whallons Bay. He was surveying the glass-flat, frigid (37° isn’t quite freezing, but it’s not far off) waters of Lake Champlain, head … Continue reading

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Old Stump Bridge in Whallons Bay

Back in July I received a comment from Heidi LaBate about an Essex painting created by the late Sid Couchey. I have an original oil painting done by Sid couchey in the mid to late 1950’s. It is off old stump bridge … Continue reading

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Rosslyn for Sale

Susan and I were driving back to Rock Harbor after visiting Rosslyn, an early 19th century home in Essex, New York, which our realtor had just shown us for the second time in several months. It was spring. At least … Continue reading

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