Cape Hatteras Lighthouse. Here’s to a a successful week of family bonding! And a very Happy Mother’s Day to my mom, who turned me into a preservationist before either one of us knew the term. #presinpink

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The Whitney Building: 1906 Italianate commercial block in the village of Salisbury. Formerly a store, now a seasonal (but well kept) residence. #presinpink

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#lookup when you’re downtown. Historic buildings have the best details, like the National Bank of Middlebury. #ihavethisthingwithcornices. #presinpink

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With Your Coffee {Tuesday Edition}

Shard Villa in Salisbury, VT


Hello preservationists and friends! It’s time for an unconventional Tuesday “With Your Coffee” post because it’s good to switch it up once in a while. How’s it going by you? Work and life have been busy around here, but in a good way with challenging work projects, more daylight, and many good reasons to get outside. Here are a few inspiring and fun links that I’ve come across lately, some preservation, some design, etc. What about you? Fill me in!

Have a great day! Let me know if any of these stories spark a conversation. Cheers!

Not something you see everyday: a printing plate (metal, not a sheet of newspaper) used as siding on a house. Daisy Turner Homestead, Grafton, VT. #presinpink

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