Experience the magic of Ice Castles in New Hampshire’s White Mountains! Hand-built ice towers delight guests young and old. Take a ride on a horse-drawn sleigh and walk through an enchanted forest. Don’t miss this wonderful annual event! Post includes tips for getting the most out of your adventure.
New England does not disappoint when it comes to variety, which my travels to visit family and friends this past week showcased. I splashed in the ocean in Cape Ann, Massachusetts, and my ears popped (and my jaw dropped) in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Both locations make for lovely day trips/overnights from Boston, so I thought I’d share.
Summer’s here, and that means pulling together a summer bucket list of things that we really want to do this season. Mine’s Boston-specific, and I’m raring to go! I have some exciting related personal news to share—read to the end to find out! Follow along with me this summer on Instagram and Facebook, and create your own Summer Bucket List with a FREE Instagram stories template!
Sundry Wonders is a weekly column featuring a photo gallery and meditation, usually based on walks I've taken with Ollie over the last week. Last week, however, I had adventures out on the town. Photos taken with a Fujifilm X-T4 (very much a beginner) or my Pixel 5 phone (if we walked in the middle of the day, or I was in a bit of a rush). I’d love to hear about and see what you experienced this week. Let me know in the comments!
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This is the walk I take friends on when they come to visit me in Boston. Two historic neighborhoods, connected by a unique urban park. Also, snacks! This is a premium post for Wonder & Sundry subscribers and features a custom Google Map to guide you on your way. Not a subscriber? Sign up today (it's free)!