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Here's a link to the as-yet-uncaptioned photo set from our trip to New England last month…

http://flickr.com/photos/saralah/sets/72157600880152439/

It was a great trip.  We first spent a few days at Jon's parents' house in southern New Hampshire.  They took us to brunch at a maple farm, and to visit Strawberry Banke, the historical living museum in Portsmouth.

Their house is in the middle of nowhere, so it was really relaxing to just sit in the backyard with a Yuengling and my yarn.  The weather was fantastic; whenever it started to get really humid, it would just rain for a few minutes and then it would be fine.

After New Hampshire (we weren't quite ready to leave yet), the folks drove us down to Boston, about an hour's drive away.  There we caught a Blue Man Group show (fantastic!), visited Harvard's Natural History Museum, took a walk on the Freedom Trail, and toured the USS Cassin Young destroyer.

Jon's old roommate lives there, so we had good company.

Good eats from the trip include a gigantic roast beef sandwich from Bentley's Roast Beef, buffalo wings, and clam chowder.

For keeping idle hands busy, I finished up a pair of socks I had been working on, and started (and finished!) a Gryffindor scarf for the Harry Potter book release festivities.

I wish we had spent more time out there; New Hampshire in particular was fantastic.  Gotta finish my game, though, and get ready for Christmas in Hawaii!!

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Written by Sarah Levantine

August 7, 2007 at 1:48 pm

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