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Two of our Conn CO. cars head eastbound across the old Rockville Branch. From 1906-1926 the 17.5 mile Rockville Branch was the way to travel between Warehouse Point and Rockville. This Branchline of the Hartford & Springfield Electric Railway was the way for people to go to the regional high school, work, and on Sundays, ball games. Sunday ball games could be accompanied by a picnic lunch, an evening dance to a pipe organ, and other things of the sort. This all happened at Piney Ridge park near the East Windsor/Broad Brook border. This park was built by the Hartford & Springfield to create revenue on Sundays when no one worked. Many other streetcar companies across the 50 states followed this trend, and there are still 12 operating so called Trolley Parks operating today. If you liked thi...
Officials believe it is one in 30 million chance of finding a rare yellow lobster.
Drive through the streets of Bridgeport, Connecticut. The speed in the video has been speeded up compared to actual driving speed. The music used in this video was downloaded directly from the Youtube Audio Library: https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary Track 1 Artist: Media Right Productions Song: Blast Off To Glory Track 2 Artist: Silent Partner Song: Switch It Up Track 3 Artist: Jingle Punks Song: Reggie And The Dubwisemen Track 4 Artist: Topher Mohr and Alex Elena Song: Giant Leap Track 5 Artist: Joe Bagale Song: The Making Of Thumbs Up
There are at least 4 baby snakes in April in Hartford downtown, nearly the size of a pencil and longer. They are growing. I wonder how they survive under the snow and ice? They are in light yellow with some tiny dark dots. The belly is little pinkish. The head is larger than the body and the neck, with huge jaws, like the head of poisonous snakes. Do you know what kind of snake it is? Geographic location: 41.75828 -72.67424
State Police from Troop K restrict media access to areas outside of the yellow taped off scene. Both Troopers reference instructions from the Department Public Information Officer but fail to permit access after his approval to video tape from outside the yellow tape. This video is more important to American News than any video of the actual scene, vehicles or public safety activity. It will be used to expose the unlawful restrictions placed on media who arrive at public safety events in CT.
Visit http://www.WhyWaterburyCt.com Welcome to Waterbury, CT. We are blessed with a with a highly skilled workforce, a robust infrastructure, and manufacturing companies that have re-invented themselves to adapt to the new economy. We have an administration that sees the future and knows how to manage change. Our Healthcare providers are cutting edge and our service professionals are busy. Our neighborhoods are thriving with new schools and businesses are being motivated to come to town. But our real gift to the region is the cultural flavor that remains in the neighborhoods established by our early immigrants, which gives Waterbury it's diverse personality, rich traditions, and highly engaged people. And with our community leadership and vision, we will not settle to just be the ninth l...
Searching for a real-life Stars Hollow. I visited Connecticut over the holidays. This is a glimpse of what I saw in the small towns of Kent, Litchfield, Washington Depot, New Milford, Guilford, Essex, Stonington, Old Lyme and Mystic, CT. Music from one of my favorite movies - Edward Scissorhands. Click the gear button to watch in HD. :-) The Independence Inn was based on The Mayflower Grace Inn located in Washington Depot, CT. The Bee & Thistle Inn (yellow house, red door), located in Old Lyme, reminded me the most of The Dragonfly Inn. Photographed by Amy Do on the Sony a5100, 24p, 50mm 1.8 Lens, Handheld.
Spiders common to Connecticut include the American house spider, which has yellow and brown coloring, and the Western black widow, which can be identified by the red hourglass on the backs of the females. Find various spiders in Connecticut with helpful facts from an entomology student in this free video on arachnids. Expert: Lauren Saldana Bio: Lauren Saldana is an entomology student at Fresno State University in California who specializes in arachnid studies. Filmmaker: Brandon Payan
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Camacho Connecticut Toro BxP Cigar Review - This 6x50 stick features a dark tan wrapper with minimal veins, tight invisible seams, triple cap, dry paper bag texture, soft pack and very faint sweet hay aroma. First light reveals a loose draw with good smoke output showing a medium-full body blend of dry roasted nuts, slightly sweet earth and touch of pepper on the end of the long finish. It has an oil on the kips but a cotton mouth smoke. The first third burns quickly with a solid ash and unchanged flavor. Hitting the 1/2 way point 25 minutes in the profile shifts to a deep sweet sryrupy earth that lingers heavy through the finish, dropping the pepper. Ending at just 40 minutes the last third went completely hot and washed out at the typical band point. Top 3 Best Cigar Starter Sets $...
Rockin’ Renee the American robin flies around Connecticut with Barry the bald eagle to introduce him to the fifth state admitted to the Union. The Constitution State is part of an area called New England, and Barry learns how Connecticut played an important role in America’s founding as an independent nation. ➡ Subscribe for more National Geographic Kids videos: http://bit.ly/SubscribeToNatGeoKids ➡ Watch the full series here: http://bit.ly/50Birds50States About 50 Birds, 50 States: Come fly with Barry the bald eagle, the United States' national bird, as he soars from coast to coast to meet the state birds and learn about their homes. More National Geographic Kids: Check out “Weird But True!” during Xploration Station on most FOX broadcast stations! Check local listings for times. Visit...
Prairie Warbler, Dendroica discolor. Here is a pair with the male singing on territory and the female gathering nesting material and nest building in May. If you listen you will hear Indigo Bunting, Blue-winged Warbler and Field Sparrows singing as well. These birds are typically found in the same habitat in CT.