Port City

One of the best things about New England is that everything is centralized. My husband and I live in Manchester New Hampshire. This definitely has challenges, but also allows us opportunities. One of these is the fact that we are only an 1 1/2 hours from Portland Maine. Friday we took full advantage, and tookContinue reading “Port City”

Wedding Planning

  One of the most exciting event for me this year is my Wedding. I am so excited for September, but there is so much work to be done. I am about halfway through, and have learned so much. So I figured I would share my thoughts. Here are some fun types on how to makeContinue reading “Wedding Planning”

Dreams of The Bold Coast

Tucked away from the tourist traps, Lubec Maine is the type of place that calls to wanderers. The town is tucked into the open edge of the Bay of Fundy. It has always seemed like a place where adventures should start. The town sits of the edge of the United States, looking over towards MaritimeContinue reading “Dreams of The Bold Coast”

These are the Days of our Lives.

Almost two full weeks into September, it seems a great time to reflect on the last few months. Its raining as I sit here, a light fog covering everything. The clouds swirl restlessly, as fog rises up on the road. Fall is all around, from the shorter days to the colder nights. The heat hasContinue reading “These are the Days of our Lives.”

White Mountain River Diaries

On Friday, I traveled up to the White Mountains. This region of New Hampshire is known worldwide for its beautiful views, small towns, and foliage. Growing up in the state, I have a intimate connection with the region. Its a place where I have spent many of my Summers. I love those sweeping mountains views,Continue reading “White Mountain River Diaries”

New Hampshire Road Notes

One of the best aspects of New Hampshire is its size.  Today I headed out, and was able to take photos in two of our major regions. I first stopped in the lakes region. It was still fairly early, and there was plenty of room at the town pier. The weather was beautiful and IContinue reading “New Hampshire Road Notes”

The Little Things On North Pack.

Yesterday was a beautiful day in the Monadnock Region, and we finally got out on a hike. We chose to hike North Pack Monadnock, a mountain that is located close to our home. We left shortly before noon taking Teds Trail to Carolyn Trail. I have been up the mountain numerous times, but this routeContinue reading “The Little Things On North Pack.”

The Quiet approach of Fall

Its August now. The Summer is waning, and signs are everywhere. Slowly the days are becoming shorter, though most people try to ignore this. The apples in the local orchard are almost ready. They sit high in the trees, the red blush just starting to show on their surfaces. Even the Oaks and Maples areContinue reading “The Quiet approach of Fall”

Sea Glass Tribute

It is a small beach and if you blink you’ll miss it. Wedged between two old production factories it faces out towards Lubec Narrows. To the left the old smokehouse stands quiet. Its windows have been boarded up and the worn shingles are separated, falling one by one into the sea. Looking across the narrowsContinue reading “Sea Glass Tribute”

Colorado- Denver to Silverthorne

I woke up in Denver refreshed. After arriving in the city we had gone to dinner, came back and crashed for the night. It was only 7am when we woke up, but it felt like 9. Mountain Standard Time had its advantages. Quickly we packed up, getting ready to leave. I was excited to faceContinue reading “Colorado- Denver to Silverthorne”