Civil War re-enactors Lynn Sawyer (L) and Olivia Grace of Benson walk and and converse at Taylor Park in St. Albans where re-enactors answered questions about their roles and discussed the history of the St. Albans Raid. (Photo by ANTHONY BOCCIO/for the FREE PRESS)
The Week in Pictures for March 19: Stacia Melick of Bolton enjoys temperatures in the mid-70’s while snowboarding at Bolton Valley Resort on Monday, March 9, 2012. http://bfpne.ws/GUlvd0 (Photo by GLENN RUSSELL, Free Press)
The Week in Pictures for March 19: From left, Lauren, 9, and sister Celia, 7, both of Jericho, enjoy a sample of maple syrup at the Snow Hill Farm sugar house off Old Stage Road in Westford Saturday. http://bfpne.ws/GUlvd0 (Photo by RYAN MERCER, Free Press)
The Week in Pictures for March 19: BFA St. Albans fans get fired up before the start of the Division 1 state hockey championship at Gutterson Field House. http://bfpne.ws/GUlvd0 (Photo by ANTHONY BOCCIO, for the Free Press)
The Week in Pictures for Jan. 16: Shaun Dunhamel (red), from Claremont Boxing celebrates his win over Rob Ketcham, from Cornwall/Backwoods Boxing, during the Northern New England Golden Gloves boxing tournament at Burlington Memorial Auditorium on Saturday night January 21, 2012. (Photo by BRIAN JENKINS, for the Free Press)
The Week in Pictures for Jan. 16: (From top) Wendy Everhart’s photo of snow-crusted trees during a MLK Day hike up Camel’s Hump, Sheri Larsen’s photo of Camel’s Hump at sunrise seen from Vermont 289 in Essex, and David Jennings’ photo of the Shelburne Boat Yard shrouded in winter fog. Share your Vermont Beauty photos at www.facebook.com/bfpnews or email@example.com.
The Week in Photos for Jan. 9: Winter has gotten off to a slow start, but good ice fishing can still be had on small lakes and ponds, as well as many shallow, protected embayments on Lake Champlain. Craig Smith of Burlington iced this huge pike Jan. 7 while fishing outer Mallets Bay. It was 41-1/2 inches long, had a 21-inch girth and weighed 22.53 pounds, making it the third heaviest pike from Lake Champlain in the Vermont trophy fish records program, which goes back to 1969. Smith caught the big pike on a large shiner in less than two feet of water. (Photo courtesy of Dale Parker)