Andres Art Trails

Tucked away in Brookline, NH is a very cool place which combines two of my very favorite things: walking in nature and art. This place is called Andres Art Institute and is a network of trails throughout the woods. Interspersed along the trail, seemingly around every corner, there are sculptures which make turning each corner…

Garden Centers: Southern New Hampshire

Memorial Day weekend is planting time for a lot of folks in New England, myself included. We actually got our veggies in last weekend, which is the earliest ever, so this weekend I focused on flowers! I managed to go to 8 garden centers between Saturday and Monday (for the blog, is what I told…

Winter Scenes

Ahh winter. The most quiet, beautiful, and relaxing of seasons. I love the home time, the hot tea, and the earlier nights. I like to catch up on books and movies I've wanted to read and see all year. Though there are not as many adventures or exploration as the other seasons, I've still taken my fair…

Northern New Hampshire

I know I'm a little partial to New Hampshire. It is a seriously awesome state, with such variety and a lot of wildness for such a small state. For our third anniversary adventure this year, we explored the Northern reaches of New Hampshire, and ended up finding some hidden gems. Look ::: Glories of :::…

Autumn Farewell

It's December 5th and the snow is falling softly this morning. It is really, really cold. Winter is upon us. It's time for cozy fireside reading, tea sipping, and fuzzy blankets. I truly love this time of year. But before I dive headlong into winter, I wanted to post some shots that encapsulated my autumn…

Strawberry Banke

If you love colonial New England history and architecture, there are few places better to visit than Strawberry Banke in Portsmouth, NH. Strawberry Banke is living history as it's finest; a colonial village of historic homes that guests can stroll through at their leisure. Each home is decorated in a different historic American style, and…

An Afternoon at the Harris Center

Nestled deep in beautiful Hancock, New Hampshire, the Harris Center for Conservation Education is the perfect place to take a walk. The grounds are open to the public and they welcome leashed dogs as well. I happened to be there a couple of weeks ago for an appreciation luncheon that the Hancock Town Library was…

An Autumn Fun To-Do List

It could be because my husband and I lived in a warm climate during this past winter making this my 8th straight month of warm weather, or it could be because we have had the hottest, driest summer on record, or it could be just because I love the changing seasons; but I am really…