Escape to NH

It’s not too often that we get an entire weekend without much of an agenda … which made this brief escape even more memorable. Two full days of camping (OK, cabin-ing), farmers markets, brewery tours, a beautiful wedding, campfires, good food, house hunting, aimless wandering, conversation by headlamp, and laughter. Love that Stranded Dog.

Escape to Exeter.

Thank goodness I found some quarters in the cabin. Otherwise nobody would have sat next to me at Tricia's wedding...Except Kris.

It's not too often I get to see all the SJC girls in one place.

Brunch by the river. (I use the term "brunch" loosely ... I really mean cereal straight from the box.)

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