I’ve been… I’ve met

Two songs come to mind when I recall our recent adventures – On The Road Again and I’ve Been Everywhere.  Now while we were on the road again, we weren’t quite everywhere but we were somewhere.  Still with me?  Even though this place was our last stop, I am making it the first in this travel series because of something special.

Portsmouth, New Hampshire was founded in 1630 and there are many interesting and historical spots around there.  This is a shot of some historical home that I failed to get the name of.  Maybe the friend we met in Portsmouth for drinks and “chowdah” by the waterfront can help me identify this.  What building is this Chris, Milford Street, Senor Calle?



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17 Responses to I’ve been… I’ve met

  1. Teri: it was wonderful meeting you and DH. I hate to disappoint, but I am at a loss as to what this building could be. I don’t think it is part of Strawberry Banke. I looked and it did not match any of their photos. The answer may need to wait until my next trip to the coast. Cheers!

  2. Timothy Price says:

    It looks like a blue building with white trim and sunflowers along the steps! 😉 Nice photo.

  3. A. Blake says:

    Great shot of the sunflowers in front of the house – did you blur the background or was that the sunshine?

  4. ChgoJohn says:

    Love the colors here, the sunflowers against the blue & white trim, Nice shot, Teri,

  5. I love the contrast of nature in the city, nice photo! I try to capture that in a lot of my pictures too

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