Tag Archives: NH

Story of a bad boy – Portsmouth revisited

I’ve rhapsodized a bit in a past post about how much I enjoyed a visit to Portsmouth, New Hampshire and hoped to return. I got my wish and recently spent several days there teaching a workshop. One of the great things … Continue reading

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House History in New Hampshire

On a trip to Maine a few years ago I stopped briefly in Portsmouth, New Hampshire just across the river from Maine. I spent just enough time to know I wanted to return someday.  The city struck me as a northern Charleston with a … Continue reading

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An artist’s home

On a trip through New Hampshire I visited a distinctive National Park Service site that offers a fascinating look at a topic I knew nothing about. Tucked away in Cornish sits the restored residence of one of America’s greatest sculptors, Augustus … Continue reading

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