mystery photos - RUSSfromMAINE
Powered by SmugMug Log In
There were numerous calls and emails about
last week’s mystery photo, but only a few
correctly identified the train that sits on
top of the gazebo on the Bryant Pond Town
Common in Woodstock. The gazebo was
donated by the Chase family. According to
Jennifer Chase, she and several of her family
members got together and bought a kit and
helped put it together. They dedicated it to
her father and his two brothers, all of whom
were well known and instrumental in the
development of the area. Because the old
train station was located in about the same
spot as the gazebo, Jennifer searched out
and found the copper weather vane at a
local shop in Acadia. While doing errands last
week, Lois Ruff of Bryant Pond drove past
the weather vane and it dawned on her that
she might have seen it in the Sunday paper.
“I dug out the paper from the fireplace and
there it was.” She emailed her entry and
was selected as the winner of a $10 Dunkin’
Donuts gift card.

There were numerous calls and emails about
last week’s mystery photo, but only a few
correctly identified the train that sits on
top of the gazebo on the Bryant Pond Town
Common in Woodstock. The gazebo was
donated by the Chase family. According to
Jennifer Chase, she and several of her family
members got together and bought a kit and
helped put it together. They dedicated it to
her father and his two brothers, all of whom
were well known and instrumental in the
development of the area. Because the old
train station was located in about the same
spot as the gazebo, Jennifer searched out
and found the copper weather vane at a
local shop in Acadia. While doing errands last
week, Lois Ruff of Bryant Pond drove past
the weather vane and it dawned on her that
she might have seen it in the Sunday paper.
“I dug out the paper from the fireplace and
there it was.” She emailed her entry and
was selected as the winner of a $10 Dunkin’
Donuts gift card.

Russ Dillinghammysterymystery photocontest