I know I haven’t been on for a while, but a take a break from real life to bring you this important message. Today is Election Day, one of the most exciting holidays of the year! In my opinion the primary election is more important than the general since on the general there are two names for each office and this year’s Senate seat has 10 Republicans contesting for it. You have a real voice selecting individual candidates. Here’s how it works. Show up at the polling place with your ID and be checked in. If you are not registered to vote you can do so at the polling place. If you are already registered with a party, you will receive that party’s ballot. If you are undeclared, you will be asked to choose a party (don’t worry, you can re-undeclare as soon as you turn in the ballot). Here is a comprehensive list of polling places.
William James Glackens (1870-1938), Portsmouth Harbor, New Hampshire (1909), oil on canvas, 76.2 x 63.5 cm. Via Wikimedia Commons.
FOSTERS IS LOVE FOSTER IS LIFE
The Rochester Police Log is one of New Hampshire’s great works of literature.
Took my students to silver cascades today. We hiked up as far as we could. Some day I want to find the source.
High above New Hampshire.
From the top of Mt. Washington, New Hampshire.
The Connecticut River at sunset - Photo Credit - Red Dahlia Photography
Went for a long drive today hunting for new swimming spots with my students. Found this covered bridge. Beneath the falls were some awesome cliffs to jump from.
This is my beautiful, relaxing, wonderful, happy place
Monticello Lawn on Mount Jefferson.
Star island. My home.
Franconia Ridge, NH