@berniesanders may be speaking across town tonight, but we’re staying home to watch a Livestream of the local mayoral debate. #localpoliticsrules
Today is the last day to register to vote!
Our trip to Keene’s city hall surprised us with a mini-museum of 18th and 19th century local treasures.
Thanks Keene, for keeping it interesting!
If you really want to capture the sound of the 80s and 90s, you gotta go vintage.
In this case, 1993, 1988, and 1985. (top to bottom)
They’ve aged quite well, wouldn’t you say?
Did you know our new HWAM wood stove has a built-in pizza oven?!?
She’s a beaut, Clark. A real beaut!
The Madame Sherri Forest is named after Madame Antoinette Sherri, a Paris-born theatrical costume designer who worked in New York City during the early 1900s. She and her husband built an elaborate French-inspired chateau summer house just outside Keene, NH where they lavishly entertained their New York City friends at parties during the Roaring 1920s.
All that’s left are the stone ruins, but it’s a pilgrimage every good Keener (or Keenite?) must make.
That’s four cord to you and me, Russ. I think it’s safe to say we’ll have enough wood this winter…
Did you know you can get brunch at Keene’s local airfield? It even comes with a large wall of pilot photos…
It will take some time to work out the ergonomics, lighting, storage, and cable runs (more detailed posts on the way), but for now, I have an absolutely beautiful sounding place to work!