I see these all over town and I'm guessing they were hitching posts, which were used back in the day for horses. More than a century ago, in the days before the automobile, people needed something to tie their horses to so they wouldn't get away. Of course, all of this is pure speculation on my part. I'm sure someone out there knows the truth.
I've seen plenty of signs for lost dogs and cats, but this is a first. If you have seen this lost drone, maybe on your roof or hung up in your trees, let this owner know. The birthday present got away from its owner on its first flight when a gust of wind took it far afield from its South Congress Street home.
This always makes me sad - a cemetery stone worn so badly by the elements that you can no longer read the name. What makes it even more sad is that it's evidently the grave of one of our service members. We need to make sure our veterans are properly remembered and their names visible for all to see. Unfortunately, this is not an unusual sight. Weather and the elements have taken their toll at cemeteries throughout the nation and restoration is an expensive proposition.
NEWTOWN BOROUGH >> From time to time, I enjoy taking a walk through town and exploring the sights and sounds of small town life. It not only clears my head, it's a great way to get some exercise. Here's a short photographic essay of some of the scenes I found gracing my path. Maybe they have graced your's as well.