Bridges Inn At Whitcomb House
Travel Blogs from Swanzey
After driving most of the way in the rain, yesterday we arrived at Hinsdale, New Hampshire, just across the river from Vermont.
Today, we drove over to Jacksonville, VT to the Honora Winery and Vineyard tasting room. They produce a collection of several nice whites, one regional dry red, and three reds from fruit grown in California. The regional red was not too bad, and the other reds were very good. Their Syrah won a gold ...
... go. He was new to me and I felt so seen and held. It seems that all the preparation that we did to let go of each other was more than worth it and that we are able to receive the blessings of each other more than ever as a result. I am grateful to our wisdom and mutual commitment to grow with each other as well as apart from each other in this way. This is so what I want in ...
This time the road lead me to the Western part of New Hampshire, an area which I haven't traveled so far. Harrisville was one of these towns, I haven't been in yet.
In the past this area was well known for its paper mills, located on the rivers. Many of those are meanwhile closed down. Due to that development, some of the small towns here appear to be somehow "dead" and empty.
Have a great weekend!
... t bore you with too much words, the pictures will speak for themselves.
I have to admit, I'm a little behind with my blog, I took these pictures already a few days ago. I will try to catch up, since there have been a couple of new trips between these shots and today.
Have a good start in the new week,
This morning came down to breakfast and met up with Tom and Ellen, whom we met the night before. Two lovely people, who had lived in Maine for 9 years until having moved closer to their daughter here in Massachusetts. She had had dealing with Australia when she was working for Digital co, which was taken over the compac then HP. She loved working with the Aussie's. Then met Polly, an elderly ...