Without fail, each time we spend more than a day in another place, I have the desire to move there. The highlight reel: I’ve opined about living in Pacifica and Monterey; Ipswich, Chatham, and Gloucester; Boulder and Nederland; Philadelphia, New York City, and Seattle. But Maine. That’s where I really sink my teeth in. Trulia
A great thing about living next to Concord (Massachusetts) is nonchalantly getting to take out-of-town visitors – with literary inclinations – to some pretty great local attractions. On an unseasonably warm and sunny Monday, we made an outing to Walden Pond and hiked the trail around the pond to find the original site of Henry David
After two plus years of renting in Massachusetts, we are soon to be homeowners of a 1930s New England farmhouse – all 1,500 sq. ft. of it. Let the renovations begin. Merry Christmas, indeed!
This past weekend was the cranberry harvest at the Carlisle bog. A strange little berry, but it does make for a good photo. Growing up in Massachusetts I took this for granted as a kid and just wanted the harvest to be over. That meant winter was coming and the flooded and frozen bog would become our personal
View from downtown parking lot, Peterborough, NH.
Navigation Bell Buoy, Maine. Why can’t I see these without thinking of Jaws? Related articles Narragansett Beer Reintroduces ‘Jaws’ Beer Can (boston.cbslocal.com)
Middlesex Canal Waterfall, Billerica, MA
Happy Birthday, sweet girl. Thank you for making me a better person.
~ I didn’t even realize there were tides on the Thames and a beach could exist. Great story.
Charles River in Summer
~ Niagara Falls video with a DJI Phantom Quadcopter Found at Laughing Squid.
Nubble Lighthouse in York, Maine
The Originals from Dave otto on Vimeo. ~ Once again I’m a sucker for tilt shift. I also have a weakness for surfing videos since my irrational fear of sharks keeps me out of the ocean past my knees.
Middlesex Canal Locks, Billerica, MA
Concord River in Winter