The snow came early this year and it’s sticking around (9″ at last count). But in New Hampshire fresh snow with temps in the single digits is just another excuse for outdoor fun with the dogs.
And of course, we had a wonderful time with friends at a very New England-y thanksgiving gathering…
The bats are pretty cool, but it’s the powerful LED spotlight that really transforms the dining area.
And of course, Terror Fest continues. (Don’t look out the window if you scare easily!)
In other news, we saw our first light dusting of snow last week…
Time to break out the skis! #BecomingNewHampshire
Temps are dipping into the 30s at night and the crisp smell of leaves is everywhere. Fall has once again arrived in New Hampshire. If there ever was a time of year to visit the White Mountains, this is it. The colors simply defy description.
And even though Ruby Jean looks ready to go explore, there are very few camping days remaining. Of course, there’s always winter camping…
The air is crisp, the leaves are turning, and the fires are lit. Get comfortable everyone, ’cause it’s time (once again!) to begin our Terror Fest cinematic countdown to Halloween!
This year we are focused on Giallo which means that (with a few notable exceptions) the majority of our selections are Italian films from the 1960s and 70s.
If there ever was a perfect time of year to be in New England, this is it!
Anytime we’re headed out West, a stop in St. Louis is required. Because we were here fairly recently, it felt (in some ways) like we had never left. I met up with old friends, stopped in at our favorite restaurants and museums, and caught up on work at Nebula. Is there anything St. Louis can’t do?