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Danville, Vermont: Hammer Weather Vane

14 feet long, built by Joe Hallowell in the early 2000s.

Address:
525 Wightman Rd, Danville, VT
Directions:
On the east side of Wightman Rd just north of its intersection with US-2. Atop the cupola of a red barn that's visible from US-2.
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Hammer Weather Vane

I'm updating Dan's posting (4-27-08) with regard to the Hammer Weather Vane. He thought it may be 4ft long. Actually its fourteen feet long! I should know, as I was the one that made it.

[Joe Hallowell, 09/22/2009]

Hammer Weather Vane

Hammer Weather Vane

It looks like a typical Vermont barn with a weather vane on top. However, the weather vane, in this case is a giant hammer. It looks to be at least 4 feet long. It sits on the cupola of a barn housing Laferriere Construction.

[Dan, 04/27/2008]

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