Tag Archives: Portsmouth NH
In 99.9% of my entries on Thursday Doors, I only wish I knew who lived behind the doors I photograph. But this week is different because I know who lives in this house – our wonderful friends. These two special people … Continue reading
One of the items on my bucket list was to go ice skating. I spent a lot of Sundays skating when I was growing up. I would take the bus to skate on a local pond or I’d go to a … Continue reading
We went out to dinner last week in Portsmouth, NH, and parked near this building on Daniel Street. I don’t know who the resident is on the left, but the business on the right is Pawtsmouth Grooming Salon, noted on … Continue reading
My blogging friend, Norm, posts a special door every Thursday. He has a collection of doors from all over the world that are always unique in some way, and his photography skills are exceptional. He recently extended an invitation to others to … Continue reading
As cars approach the Portsmouth Memorial Park and the Memorial Bridge to cross the Piscataqua River going from New Hampshire to Maine, do they remember veterans? I don’t know if the Park or the Bridge remind others, but I remember every day. My … Continue reading
I’m always telling you to come visit, so I thought I’d create a visitor’s brochure to further entice you. ❤️ ❤️ ❤️ For other interpretations of Cover Art.
The 10th annual Fairy House Tour in Portsmouth, NH, was held this past weekend with over 200 hand-crafted fairy houses on tour at Strawbery Banke, Prescott Park, Peirce Island, and the Governor John Langdon House. Over 5,000 children and their parents attended … Continue reading