I’ll take the white bench
So nice all these merchants have a place for you to sit down with your packages and companions to swap stories about the treasure you just found, or the proverbial “wait right there honey, I will only be 5 minutes bench”. Where are these lovelies found?
They are all in Portsmouth, NH, which loves to have people come and visit. Regardless of the month, the streets are always full of people walking around and checking out the architecture, shops, and wonderful restaurants. I am lucky to live about 15 minutes from there. 🙂
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What a lovely collection….I would love a wee rock in that white rocking chair 🙂
Great idea for a series of shots. Those merchants are on to something – making customers feel welcome never goes unnoticed.
I love these charming little business districts with fun shops to enter. The benches are good places to park hubby since I have no interest in sitting when I’m in a place like this!
Love quaint little shopping streets! This was a really good idea for a Wordless Wednesday!
I like the rocking chair. Too bad the weather has turned now and it is too cold to sit outside.
You’ve got that right. I took these photos on Monday and tonight we are expecting at least 2″ of snow.
Your photos capture the idea of “have a seat” just perfectly! You do live in a beautiful area. Bet you would freeze your tail on those seats right now! Try and stay warm.
You’d need a blanket today along with a coat, hat and gloves. 🙂
Unless the sun comes out and warms those seats up, those seats would be pretty cold now. My front porch furniture is heading to the barn for storage.
Yes, our furniture is in the barn for the winter too, and I’m not sure anyone will be sitting outside in Portsmouth any time soon. 🙂
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