Tag Archives: New England

Thursday Doors

I just know there are houses that you pass by regularly that you always glance at because they just call out to you. This is mine. It is on Silver Street, and I pass it numerous times per week. It’s … Continue reading

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Covered Bridges

Love them or leave them? I love them. I always enjoy looking at the construction and thinking about the community of local residents and craftsmen who came together to provide a simple solution to crossing a body of water. No … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

On our road trip last week, we spent part of a morning in Walpole, New Hampshire, 17 miles north of Keene. It was settled in the 1700’s and named in honor of Sir Robert Walpole, the first prime Minister of … Continue reading

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Road trip

New England is known for its handsome wooden covered bridges, but did you know we also have some remaining stone bridges? Back in the first half of the 19th century, stone bridges were built by talented Scottish stone masons using … Continue reading

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Product Review

I don’t know about you, but I get excited when I find a product that really exceeds my expectations. Lots of things do what they say, but some just go a little further. I’ve already gone on and on about … Continue reading

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Berries

I’ve been growing berries for about ten years now. I’m not an expert, but maybe could be called experienced. We inherited two high bush blueberry bushes that were very large and highly productive for about five years. Then they stopped … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

Let’s spend this Thursday in the small town of Bath, New Hampshire, named after William Pulteney, 1st Earl of Bath, an English Whig politician. It was incorporated in 1761 when equal shares of land was set aside for 68 families … Continue reading

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