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The old John Hill home in Burlington Flats is getting a face lift

It's off for a new life. After a rebuilt motor, some new paint and tender loving care, this beauty will have its swagger back.

A semi mowed down our stop sign, for the hundreth time.

Wheat shocks (stacks) tell us harvest time in near. This is the way our forefathers did it before they invented the combine.

Action at this year's "Thrilla at Unadilla". (Rick Graham photo)

This was the scene in front of my house on a wintery Saturday morning. (West Burlington hill adds another to it's tally)

12/18/13- Fire consumes the barn on the old Jim Hayes property in West Burlington.

On 9/24/13 Mr Dennis Payne, gun expert, retired history teacher and historian gave a talk on the gun makers in the town of Burlington. In the background Mr Payne brought along a tool the old gun makers used to put rifling in the eithteenth century rifle barrels. An informative and enjoyable evening.

Virgil Zinninger's auction.

Myron Dauchy's stock car with driver Bob Fiske from Sidney NY..

This 8 pointer with the polished horns was looking for a spot to lay down.

Caught in the act. This sweet young lady (she had spots on her hip only a couple weeks ago) was selecting some young tender stuff from Jess's flower bed.


Local folks interested in the Civil War listen to a presentation of "Otsego County and the Civil War" at the Burlington Flats municipal building (11/17/11).

Whats going on at the corner store, The last shop keeper cleared out a couple weeks ago, and now some construction is taking place? Plans are, to develop a eating place (breakfast, lunch, dinner), and also will carry convienence items (milk, bread, etc). Opening date is unknown at this time, will report when more information is available.

The results of neglect.

6/25/10-- This was a scary view until I realized that this was a controlled burn at the old Roger Hall farm house on the top of the West Burlington hill (rte 51).

4/12/10, Pinewood Derby time.

HOP-A-THON for Muscular Distrophy at Bell Hill Daycare in Garrattsville NY.

Wendy Curtis recently took this photo of an albino deer on rte 80 between Edmeston and Pittsfield. Thanks Wendy, great shot.

Becky's first buck. That smile tells it all. If anyone has deer photos to share, e-mail them to me at rgraham57@twcny.rr.com.

A winter rainbow. Photo taken by, and courtesy of Gail Smith. (click on the photo for a larger view)

(3/15/09) Mike Carey and his buddies getting in some early golf at the Red Pines.

Local Scout packs competing in the annual Pinewood Derby race at the Edmeston school (3/8/09).

2/15/09, a Sunday afternoon visitor.

It's that time of year again.

Fayette F. Fitch - starved to death at Andersonville prison, July 4, 1864 age 27 yrs. (Burlington Flats cemetary).
Read about John N. Daniels (Morris NY) Andersonville prison survival story, that include other Morris NY area Civil War soldier's Andersonville experience's (some survived, others didn't).

Bill Cursh and his grandson getting the grass cut.

Kids playing on the jungle-jim while waiting for a T-Ball game.

Remember this, the flood of 6/28/06.