The first snowfall of the season, lovely Christmas decorations, and a whole lot of gorgeous woodwork.
Portsmouth has a neat Halloween display this year, though they do make for a rather creepy audience for an alfresco dinner. Granted, that’s not something you can usually plan for in October.
On the underside of the arm.
In hindsight, I really should have gotten some pictures of the multitude of shark warnings.
So named because was the first place the folks from the Mayflower encountered the locals.
And where we see the difference between the Atlantic side, and the bay side…
Or, the incredible beauty of a whole lot of sand.
We spent Labor Day weekend in Vermont, and since some of the weekend was on the cold and rainy side, my pictures are mainly of the wildflower type, so will show up on my other blog. But we did manage a visit to the annual Garlic (and now Herb) Fest, so we could get our fill of bizarre garlic flavored goods. And I managed to score yarn.