On Memorial Day, we hopped in the car and traveled a gorgeous scenic route up to Harrisville, New Hampshire. Our destination was the prettiest lakeside cabin -- Nora's cabin. The petite white structure is cradled by tall green trees all around and sits just above the road for the perfect gaze right out to the smooth, calm lake. The cozy inside is filled with so much art! Love it. It was fun to witness Sergio reminisce and rediscover childhood trinkets stashed around in nooks and crannies. I think this place deserves its own photo post so here it is.
Isn't it adorable? I just wish the weather was a touch better. We never got to enjoy that wonderful deck! Next time. Also next time I'll bring a real Sancerre. Not a red one.
P.S. I have to admit, I am very much a city girl. Sergio was my hero in helping me handle a heightened fear of bugs in unfamiliar territory. He indulged my irrationality and did most of the cleaning and vacuuming as soon as we arrived since the cabin had been closed for the winter before us. It wasn't so bad. I guess. Mostly old cobwebs. He said there were slugs in the toilet coming up from the septic tank but he got rid of those before I saw them. Thank goodness.