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Nissitissit Covered Bridge

Nissitissit Covered Bridge, located at 1 Mason Road in Brookline, New Hampshire, is directly across the street from a tiny, sad looking covered bridge that comes into your line of vision first. Don’t be fooled and don’t miss this bridge, it’s the one on the left! Before heading back to school, my parents and I…

Breakwater Light

Breakwater Light in Rockland Harbor is the strangest lighthouse I’ve visited to date. You walk 0.8mi out and back, and can climb on the lighthouse, which is hidden behind a building. I never intended to actually go here; I found photos online and honestly thought it was ugly. However, when we drove by a sign…

Monkey Business

Every so often, Lilly comes out with a print or a piece that I just have to have. It’s been a slow summer. Only a few pieces have caught my eye, and while the brand is trying to be more trendy and keep up with “the times,” I prefer a more classic look. However, I…

Castle Hill

For the past couple of weeks, I feel as though I haven’t left my desk. I’ve been studying an insane amount, and I can’t wait until I’m done. All the time trapped inside makes the few times I can actually leave my house and go somewhere all the more fun. Over the summers, I’ve spent…

Owl’s Head Light

Owl’s Head Light is one of my favorite of the Maine Lighthouses. Sitting high on the coast, it provides a lovely vantage point of the surrounding coast. The day we visited, Mom and I wore our matching star and anchor print sweaters, which were perfect for the cooler, overcast morning. Delila loved dragging me up…

Sunflower Season

Although it seems early this year, sunflower season is already in full swing. It’s hard to believe it’s already the end of July. I’ve finally finished my summer classes and started studying for the LSAT.  Taking fun study breaks is going to be essential up until test day and a quick ride to the Buttonwood’s…

Mount Blue

The Centerville Trail in Mount Blue State Park is one we’ve hiked probably three times already. Once when I was little, once a few years ago, and once this trip. The trail to the top is short and easy; even easier if you have a big Doberman to drag you up. The view is absolutely…