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Essex Connecticut Eagle Festival

Throughout February the Town of Essex, Connecticut holds its annual Bald Eagle Watch Festival.

If you visit Connecticut, there’s fun winter family activities and things to do for kids, grandchildren parents and grandparents! This is a photo at the end of Main Street where it meets the Connecticut River Museum.

Aren’t the chunks of ice blocks blocks that broke off simply magnificent?

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14 comments

  1. wow what a nice sight!!! =)

  2. It looks really cold! But beautiful. Makes me long for peace and quiet.

  3. Nice to see the ice breaking up.

  4. That’s a great pic!!

  5. Beautiful pic Cindi!!

  6. Beautiful picture!! Thanks for sharing!!

  7. Wonderful picture. You have a nice blog here.
    Thanks for the visit to my blog.

  8. That is a beautiful photo. It looks like it was taken on a cold day.

  9. How odd for this Florida girl to see!

  10. This reminds me of all the winter walks I’ve taken at the Audobon Society — one of my favorite places to walk with my kids. Also, love the look of your blog!

  11. This reminds me of all the winter walks I’ve taken at the Audobon Society — a favorite place to walk with my kids. Also, love look and feel of your blog!

  12. oh that is so neat!

  13. What a beautiful picture! It makes the cold weather look pleasurable.

    Rachel Ferrucci

  14. What a great picture! I like looking at the cold but I’m ready to be warm. Hurry up spring!

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