With only a few short months to swim, boat, vacation and enjoy the warmth up here in New Hampshire, the lakeside communities get filled up and busy quickly.
The photo below was taken a few years ago near the docks in Meredith on Lake Winnipesaukee. (Aerial view to the right.)
My “New England” blog is suppose to have photos of this area of the country, but I have been remiss in providing them. I’ve become caught up in moving and home improvements and haven’t ventured out anywhere.
So the photo is old, but I’ll bet that the Lakes Region will be jumping soon if it’s not already.
When my son comes to visit this summer, I want to take him out on the MS Mount Washington – the boat that cruises the big Lake Winni.
I hope to begin living like normal people this year and actually take a break and much needed vacation time for myself. Then I will have some New England photos to share here.
- My Trip to Holderness and The Manor on Golden Pond (newenglandsnarrowroad.wordpress.com)
- Lake Winnipesaukee Has Earliest ‘Ice-Out’ Ever (boston.cbslocal.com)
- Mother’s Day Cruise Kicks off M/S Mount Washington’s 140th Cruise Season (thetipsheet.typepad.com)
- Family Friendly Day Trip to Ruggles Mine in New Hampshire (newenglandsnarrowroad.wordpress.com)
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