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Hubbard Tower

Uploaded by: timbovt

Sunday May 23, 2010

Montpelier, VT (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Hubbard Tower in Montpelier was worth the trip to go see it. Hubbard Park is a beautiful park, still amazed how large it is......... Walking distance from the State House.

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May 23, 2010 Photo Series

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timbovt

I live in Sudbury Vermont. Have been trying to bring my camera with me more. You never know when you'll see something cool....Just got a new camera, not sure if I like it better or not. Create your own visitor map!

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