August 27, 2012


“Develop an interest in life as you see it; the people, things, literature, music - the world is so rich, simply throbbing with rich treasures, beautiful souls and interesting people. Forget yourself.”
- Henry Miller

As you know, I'm back with the folks for the time being and that means family outings! Sunday the whole clan (Mum, Dad, me, and the dog) headed off to northern New Hampshire for an adventure. First we went to Shaker Village in Enfield. There were two very nice stone buildings and a beautiful Church (built by the convent down the road, I think, and not the Shakers). Not bad, but the buildings were right next to an electrical company and some residences (which was a bit strange).

Beautiful stone work

Mum admiring a Shaker dorm

Next we headed to the Mill/Meridian bridge, which was pretty darn cool.

Dad checking it out

Look at those beams
 Last we went to the Saint-Gaudens historic museum in Cornish, which was amazing and I highly recommend that if you get the chance to see it you jump at the opportunity. Saint-Gaundens designed the Lincoln Memorial and other very famous sculptures, many of which can be seen replicated at the museum.

Adam's Memorial

One of the many paths around the grounds

An amazing garden in the gallery

The Saint-Gauden Studio (the patio was modeled on Pompeii)
In other news, I've called my former landlord each day since Friday and have not received a call back. The next step might be the local cops.


  1. How beautiful and peaceful (even with the electric company and houses).

    Hmmmm...odd you haven't heard back from the landlord (not). Good luck!

  2. Looks really nice around there. The pictures almost look like they were taken in the Spring time, instead of near the end of summer.


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