WEYBRIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL students Timothy Hunsdorfer, bottom, and Thomas Given prepare to do a weight test on the popsicle stick bridge they helped build at the school last week.
Independent photo/Trent Campbell
ROWS OF CORN ready to be chopped stretch to the distant Green Mountains in Bristol last Thursday afternoon.
A HAY BALE glows in the morning sun in a Cornwall field earlier this month.
BUD LUNDRIGAN, FORMER longtime owner of Bud’s Barber Shop in downtown Middlebury, poses by one of his old chairs during a recent visit to the shop he opened in 1973.
EAGLE SENIOR HAILEY Sayles fights off two Spaulding defenders during Friday’s quarterfinal game in Bristol.
OTTER SOPHOMORE CARSON Leary finds some open running room during Saturday’s quarterfinal game against Mount Abraham. Leary rushed for 101 yards on 11 carries in the Otters’ 49-0 win.
GOLDEN LEAVES SPARKLE in the late afternoon sun in Bristol Tuesday.
TWO ADIRONDACK CHAIRS on Middlebury College’s Bread Loaf Campus provide a view across a field to a stand of birch trees bursting with golden color Monday.
A BIRCH TREE shows off its unique black and white markings in the woods of Ripton Monday.
PUMPKINS AND SQUASH are spread out for sale along South Street in New Haven last Thursday afternoon.
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