Visitors to Bennington take in two of the Moose from the 2009 Moosefest, "Peace" and "Love."
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Photos by Paul Guillotte
A plethora of moose made their way to Bennington on Monday.
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Photos by Keith Whitcomb
Moosefest Gala and Auction
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All the moose are now at the Bennington Center for the Arts.
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The Sun Sets on the Moose
The sun sets on the moose as Mark Shea, owner of the Hanson Walbridge Funeral Home, his son, Zack, and Dave Begin from Hoosick Falls Monumental Works unload the moose from the truck at the Bennington Center for the Arts Friday evening. The rest of the moose will be collected on Saturday and on display until next week's auction.
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Driving Moose Daisy
Tourists view "Driving Moose Daisy" on Main Street in Bennington.
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Tourists flock to Bennington to check out the bright orange leaves for Fall.
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Mysterious moose tracks appeared on the streets of Bennington over the holiday weekend.
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On Wednesday afternoon, Kimalie Wassick, of Bennington, repairs the leg of a moose that was vandalized in front of Main Street clothing store, Panache. The repair is expected to take at least 30 hours. Wassick is the window dresser for Panache.