Where I've lived
(excluding nine locations of less interest)

aerial photo of 97 Woodlawn
97 Woodlawn Avenue, Albany, NY, my first home.  In my childhood, it was a cobblestone street, and the Freihofer's wagon was horse-drawn.  My maternal grandparents lived upstairs.



aerial photo of 37 Winne Rd
37 Winne Road, Delmar, NY.  We move to the suburbs during the winter of 1960-61.  It is a beautiful Dutch Colonial home and it was a great place to grow up.



aerial photo of 526 E. Mabel St
526 East Mabel Street, Tucson, AZ.  Went for a visit, stayed a year and a half.  Worked in a county hospital so old that parts of it were adobe.  Great experience, great place to visit; not a place to settle for a Yankee - no seasons to speak of.  And no fog, which, to my surprise, was one of the things I missed most.



aerial photo of 4 Kemp Av
4 Kemp Avenue, Montpelier, my first Vermont residence. 



aerial photo of North Montpelier
North Montpelier, Vt.  Exactly 365 days in a village of about 150 souls with a  pond.



aerial photo of Elm St
Elm Street, Montpelier, VT.  Another house on the water, this time with beaver, ducks and a canoe. 



aerial photo of Poker Hill Rd
In Underhill for six months.  It was a tumultuous time, but I did take care of two horses, an ancient and stabilizing activity.  This photo shows both the house and the barn.



aerial photo of the farm
On a farm outside Montpelier, a splendid place to live on the river for swimming and skin diving, fishing, skating, wood heat, and hay and corn fields.



aerial photo of 3 Corse St
3 Corse Street, Montpelier.  My home for the last sixteen years.



Images obtained from Terraserver.Microsoft.com, courtesy of the U.S. Geological Service.