Monday, September 24, 2012

Best Time of the Year

About an hour from home is the largest lake in New Hampshire, Winnipesaukee.  This little corner of the lake is the "poor side" as opposed to the "rich side" distinguished by Meredith, Wolfeboro, Governor's Island.  Alton Bay is quaint and non-commercial and very much in the classic New England style.

By the way, ex-Gov. Romney's home is in Wolfeboro.  
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12 comments:

Brian Miller said...

it is very pretty...love the colorful houses...and all the autmn colors too...

California Girl said...

This came from the NH Dept of Tvl & Tourism. It was so beautiful I couldn't resist. This is a neat area and my husband and I love to go sit outside on the decks of the seafood restaurants & watch the water.

Janie Junebug said...

That really is lovely. I'd like to be able to sit outside and enjoy cool weather, but I'm also glad I never have to shovel snow.

Love,
Janie

Pat Tillett said...

I've tried several times, but the photo won't load for me!

California Girl said...

JJ: I don't blame you. Winter is beautiful here as well but oh so cold,

California Girl said...

Patrick, has this happened lately with any of my other photos?

Betsy Brock said...

oh that's gorgeous...one of the many things I love about fall!

Long Gone Daughter said...

I'd love your insight ito my new blog!
I need some other points of view!
Hope you get soe time to stop by..

http://theirchanginglives.blogspot.com/

California Girl said...

Bets, I already have my new title for my next post...:) from "Field of Drreams".

California Girl said...

LG Daughter: Thank you for visiting and leaving a comment. I will definitely check out your blog. I'm flattered you want an opinion.

Baino said...

Quintessentially American I'd say, nothing quite like that here but gorgeous.

California Girl said...

Hey Helen, so happy to see your new post on your blog yesterday.