Exploring & Escapades

bits & pieces of my travels

Tag: New England

Sweet Berry Farm, Again

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I know I post pictures from this little farm in Rhode Island all the time; it’s because it really, truly is one of my favorite places in all of the world. That’s why I wanted to come here with my brother and sister for my last day in America before moving to England. It was such a weird day – cloudy, hazy, even rainy on the drive down – but we didn’t let that stop us from picking bunches of apples, feasting on banana bread, and frolicking in the sunflowers. This is one of the things that I’m definitely going to miss the most. 

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Nauset

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Nauset Light, Eastham, Cape Cod. Summer, never end. 

Pieces

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Small pieces of New England add warmth to an icy Southern day. 

Home

Home

Wherever I am, New England will always be home. This is our new temporary home in Columbus, MS, inspired by Woods Hole Harbor in Falmouth, and one of my favorite quotes;

“A ship in the harbor is safe, but that’s not what ships are built for.”

Awakening

Buds

Awakening

Bloom

Sleepy Christmas flowers, awakening slowly, but surely. Seeking the light and now ready to embrace the world. 

 

Fall Walking, Castle Island

Fall on Castle Island

Castle Island Beach

It’s been five years since I last had a real fall, and even then, I was always trapped at some desk in some classroom for most of the season. “Adult” fall is wonderful. The weather is perfect. The colors are wonderful. Today, I took a mid-day work break to walk at Castle Island, this time, in a sweatshirt & pants. It was beautiful. New England fall is beautiful. 

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