It’s the summer 2021 edition of “Noticed Around Brattleboro” – your seasonal catch-all for little things not worthy of a full story but certainly worthy of making note of for the history books.
• Exit 2 I-91 bridge work is ongoing. Looks like a new surface for the upper level.
• Hermit Thrush Brewery has a sign up where Silver Moon used to be.
It’s time to look around and jot down things you’ve noticed around Brattleboro. Such as:
Temperatures in the 50’s and river flooding after heavy rains, for Christmas.
Potholes getting an early start…
Print Town book has been published…
I almost forgot that we needed a new “Noticed” for the new season. This should be an interesting one. I expect some of these observations to change as time goes on.
I noticed some people at St Michaels’ today loading up a truck. Looked like volunteers working to make some deliveries.
Do you notice things where you live? What little things around Brattleboro have caught your eye this winter?
You know the drill. If you see something interesting, small or large, around Brattleboro, share it here.
Delectable Mountain on Main Street is closing. A sign says December is the last month for this iconic fabric store.
The seasons change, and so does what we notice around Brattleboro.
Anything catch your eye recently? Make note of it here.
Time once again for the little list of little (and big) things anyone notices around Brattleboro.
BusyMom beat me to one of them – Burger King at Exit 1 appears closed.
Some others I’ve seen or heard about:
A place to record your little observations about Brattleboro, such as….
New paint for a store across from the Latchis
More big, old trees taken down on Oak Street.
Shall we try another “noticed around Brattleboro?”
I’ll start us off with something I saw downtown. There’s new curbing being put in at the north entryway to Harmony Lot. This is the entry that goes under the building. The new curb replaces the former driveway-like entrance, signaling to drivers that it is officially no longer an option to enter through that way.