So this is my second to last day in New Hampshire. While I haven’t been able to do as much exploring as I normally would due to Covid-19 restrictions, it’s been a fantastic summer (albeit a few too many 90 degree days with 100% humidity). I also had a chance to say goodbye to Paul and Betsy Laurent who, after 8 years of owning Newfound RV Park, sold the park just last week. They were amazing RV park owners and it’s bittersweet to see them go but I wish them the best in their new endeavors. I’ve also had time to see old friends (I’m going to miss you Jenn! HUGS!) and I even reconnected with my brother a bit.
I thought I’d share the last few pictures before I start the next leg of my journey. WESTWARD HO!!!!! (Actually, that would be SOUTHWARD HO!!!)
Teddy loved to take a quick swim every time we hiked at the Audubon Society.
This was about the peak of my planter garden. The too hot days, the black fabric planters, and the location created a shorter than normal growing season but it was SO worth it.
My cucumbers grew high enough to pick right from my kitchen window.
… and I shared my parsley with a black swallowtail caterpillar. lol
… and there’s not many rainbows that shoot from the moon! (erm.. sorta.)