I’m having a bit of FOMO this fall season, as I check out my instagram feed and drool over all of the cool photographs of New England and the foliage. How the heck do you all do it? In any case, I decided I would share my fall 2017 bucket list to remind myself of things I would like to do before winter arrives. Leave comments below if you want to share your bucket list too. Enjoy!
Looking for a few hours to escape your crazy routine? Take a drive up to Peterborough, NH in the Monadnock region. The area has a blossoming art scene as well as an up-and-coming dining scene. You can make a weekend of it and stay at one of the many cozy inns within walking distance of the downtown. Here’s a list of fun things to in Peterborough, NH on a cozy fall weekend.
Where is fall? It seems like the summer of 2017 is hanging on for a few more weeks. That’s ok, because I took advantage of the warm weather with a few friends last weekend as we set sail (no pun intended) to Portland Maine.
Confused about how to help Irma, Harvey victims? Look no further. I have canvassed the internet to come up with a list of the most popular charities where you can make donations.
So, how is your July going? Usually when the July 4th holiday rolls around, I’m trying to make plans for my summer vacation in August. This year, I decided to schedule that vacation in July, which makes it an even more crazier time to plan.
I’m still on a natural high from seeing the 80’s band, Huey Lewis and The News perform at Indian Ranch last weekend, so much so that it left me wondering, “Do other people have this much fun watching a bunch of 60 year-old’s play live?” Dunno. But here are five reasons why I think you would enjoy it – and if you haven’t seen Huey Lewis and The News live – you need to add them to your bucket list.
Finally a gorgeous day in Massachusetts! Why not take a day trip to Newburyport, MA? Here’s my list of fun things to do in this beautiful, coastal New England town.
B-iiiiiiiG Papi! The day I waited in line to meet the Red Sox great.
I will preface this by saying Jamie Brenner is not your every-day New England type. She hails from Philadelphia and NYC, respectfully. But that doesn’t stop her from recreating the perfect New England summer escape in her latest, “The Forever Summer”.
Looking for a great place to take those fall portraits? Do not forget to make a special fall getaway trip to the Fruitlands museum in Harvard, Ma.