Lake Winnipesaukee Mystery Stone For its size New Hampshire seems to have a large number of mysteries and many of these are found in numerous writings online and offline. My family duties are keeping me close to home lately so … Continue reading MYSTERIES: New Hampshire mystery stone baffles the experts
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Another great Google map to sea glass beaches in Prince Edward Island Continue reading EXPLORE: Sea Glass Beaches in PEI
A post card from our Lois Guptill-McKay Collection. While the card was originally meant to be sent by Chester Guptill to his young daughter Lois back in the 1940s, it seems “decorum” resulted in a hand delivery after the fact. … Continue reading HUMO/UR: Looking back to a 1940s version of “his” and “hers”
Perhaps government needs to develop a cooperative trusting relationship with amateur archaeologists? Having followed some of the major treasure battles throughout the years and also based on some personal experience, it always amazes me that the “professionals” have passed laws … Continue reading HIDDEN TREASURES: Be careful what you wish for!
Antique Boat Light from the Bay of Fundy Have you ever seen anything like this? This strange item was found by a fish dragger working the Bay of Fundy bottom in the vicinity of West Isles, Charlotte County, NB. It consists … Continue reading A MYSTERY: An Ancient Boat Lighting System?