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
Snow in early November is more than enough reason to break out the holiday decorations and a restored version of White Christmas. Here, Sharon fashions a bow topper while Bing looks on.
Although we’re not pictured, Wendell and I helped too. (Really, we did.)
Yeah, maybe we ARE a little early, but I think it just gives us more time to enjoy New England’s greatest season.
This year Alison surpassed all expectations with the most incredible dinner in holiday history. Although the tastes and smells linger only in our memories, I was able to capture a few sights and sounds from this warm and cozy family meal.
The movie “White Christmas” played in the background as Alison conjured culinary perfection. Two of the three dogs posed for pictures. Zorro was a blur — he was hunting fallen kitchen scraps.
Dinner is served! (It tasted even better than it looked.)