Tuesday, January 8, 2008
As winter has wrapped her long, gray arms around us, we settle in for our winter hibernation. How long will the winter endure, until the forsythia forces the onset of spring? Until then, we'll remain snuggled beneath blankets, whiling away the days, counting the minutes gained each day as the sun sets a little later with each passing week.
Just kidding!!! There's tons to do up here all year long. We hope to spend the next few months taking you all on a scenic tour with a bit of history dropped in whenever possible. Alright, so most everything up here is rooted in history, so we'll keep it to whatever is nearest to us and to what rings our bell.
The picture above is a great example of this. The Kingston 1686 House located in East Kingston, New Hampshire, just a few minutes from our house. I hope to take you inside and show you around. That is, as soon as I can convince Roger to take me back there for dinner!
But in the meantime, enjoy the photo below of the sun setting over the salt marshes of Plum Island.