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Dave Pelland on December 24th, 2012

A stone cairn in western Massachusetts honors the construction of a local road that bypassed a dangerous hill. The Monument to the Automobile Age in Becket, Mass., was dedicated in 1910 to mark the opening of a bypass road that helped early motorists avoid the dangerous Jacob’s Ladder hill. Stones bearing the names of towns […]

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Dave Pelland on December 18th, 2012

Two English judges who fled a royal death sentence are honored at their hiding place high above New Haven. Judges Cave, at the summit of West Rock State Park, is a large rock formation that, to be fair, stretches the common idea of what a cave looks like. New Haven’s quasi-cave was the hiding place […]

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