The Treasure of Summer in New England

Summer and Fenway, this is the best of the best! Now just add in that lobster roll that I talked about a few weeks ago and you’ve really got something!

Here is what a friend of mine, Janet Spurr wrote about summer…

“I sit in my beach chair with my toes almost touching the water. I write,inspired by the gentle waves, the warm winds and the feel of the summer sun. I wrote Beach Chair Diaries for people who love the summer and want to feel the warmth and freedom of summer all year long.
Recently while being interviewed, I was asked what one essential thing do I bring to the beach? My answer was actually two things, a journal and a pen. Take time this week, to enjoy this summer, whether walking by the Charles
River, going out on a boat or sitting and reading by the water. Summers’ nature is a treasure, not to be missed. So, go out and find it.”

In talking with Janet, I learned of a website some of you may find interesting:

Here is a write up on Chair Diaries you also may enjoy reading:

While I am giving reading suggestions here is a blog that is fun:

What do you like most about summer?

I will relish some guest writers as I will be out of the Commonwealth for the last two weeks of August. Do let me know if you would like to write a paragraph or two by sending me an email at:

Until next week… Stay cool.

About alwaysharriet

With thirty years experience in corporate and leisure travel consulting, Harriet Ahouse has traveled extensively throughout the Caribbean and worldwide. An avid scuba diver, she understands the requirements of travelers both on land and in the water. On the European scene she has offered traditional and personalized travel itineraries throughout the continent--Italy, France, and England are some of her favorites. As a Virtuoso Agent, she also has extensive resources to enhance her expertise in designing individual destination travel itineraries--and honeymoons--worldwide!
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