Nubble Light House, “Beware the Savage Rocks”

Located on Cape Neddick, the Nubble Lighthouse warned voyagers of a dangerous path. The surrounding area offers gorgeous views, rock climbing and a robust area for scuba diving. More at: Nubble Light House, “Beware the Savage Rocks” — Walkies Through History Continue reading Nubble Light House, “Beware the Savage Rocks”

EXPLORE PEI: Best beaches on P.E.I. to find sea glass

‘If you explore beyond the popular spots you can still find lots’ Sara Fraser · CBC News · Posted: Jul 16, 2017 8:00 AM AT | Last Updated: July 16, 2017 Beachcombing for interesting shells and beach glass has become an increasingly popular pastime … Continue reading EXPLORE PEI: Best beaches on P.E.I. to find sea glass

EXPLORE: Can you find the lost city of Norumbega … Is it somewhere in New England?

Art MacKay Norumbega, or Nurembega, is a legendary settlement in northeastern North America which appeared on many early maps from the 1500s until American colonization. The word “Norumbega” was originally spelled Oranbega in Giovanni da Verrazzano’s 1529 map of America, and the word is believed … Continue reading EXPLORE: Can you find the lost city of Norumbega … Is it somewhere in New England?

PLACES: Maine – Map of Gold, Silver & Lost Treasure Sites

Placer and lode gold have been found in Cumberland, Franklin, Hancock, Knox, Oxford, Somerset, Waldo and Washington Counties. Note: Some sites listed below may have prohibitions against prospecting. Always seek permission from property owners and obtain any necessary permits prior … Continue reading PLACES: Maine – Map of Gold, Silver & Lost Treasure Sites

EXPLORE: Forts & Fortifications in Maine and the Maritimes

EXPLORE: Forts & Fortifications in Maine and the Maritimes TIME TO PLAN YOUR EXPLORATIONS! Zoom in and click on each balloon to get details about each site.   on April 20, 2020  Source: Fundy Tides: EXPLORE: Forts & Fortifications in Maine … Continue reading EXPLORE: Forts & Fortifications in Maine and the Maritimes

EXPLORE: Forest Dale Iron Furnace

Forest Dale Iron Furnace From Wikipedia LocationVT 73 and Furnace Rd., Brandon, Vermont Coordinates43°49′55″N 73°2′54″W Area9.8 acres (4.0 ha) Built1810 bySmith, JohnNRHP The Forest Dale Iron Furnace was a 19th-century iron smelting facility in Brandon, Vermont. Located off Vermont Route 73 east of the village of Forest Dale, it … Continue reading EXPLORE: Forest Dale Iron Furnace

EXPLORE: Where to Find the World’s Best Hometown Monsters – Atlas Obscura

Seems every area has their own myths and monsters. My home area has the LAKE UTOPIA MONSTERS. More about that later. In the meantime enjoy these creatures from other areas! Editor A “sea devil” from Icones animalium (1553). CONRAD GESSNER/PUBLIC DOMAIN … Continue reading EXPLORE: Where to Find the World’s Best Hometown Monsters – Atlas Obscura

This Map Of Ghost Towns Across Canada Will Guide You Through The Ultimate Haunted Road Trip

You’ll need brave friends to embark on this journey… Alexandra Toutant – 8 months ago, Updated on January 23 @ 12:03 PM If you have a penchant for horror, the grotesque and the macabre, chances are you already have a special place … Continue reading This Map Of Ghost Towns Across Canada Will Guide You Through The Ultimate Haunted Road Trip

Vikings In North America? New Evidence Points To Extended Occupation In Newfoundland

Jul 22, 2019 Read more at:  Forbes.com – David S. Anderson Contributor  Science Replicas of Norse houses from 1,000 years ago in L’anse Aux Meadow, Newfoundland. WOLFGANG KAEHLER/LIGHTROCKET VIA GETTY IMAGES From the 9th to 11th centuries A.D., Viking explorers ventured out into … Continue reading Vikings In North America? New Evidence Points To Extended Occupation In Newfoundland

HIDDEN TREASURES: Do archaeologists’ regulations create hidden treasures?

FOUND A TREASURE? BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU DO!   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 that give them … Continue reading HIDDEN TREASURES: Do archaeologists’ regulations create hidden treasures?