Nashua, NH

Moving to Boston has been one of the best decisions I have ever made. It has enabled me to experience a wonderful new place, learn an entirely different way to exist, and given me the opportunity to meet incredible people. One of whom I wouldn’t trade for the world, Kelcy. We bonded instantly over the fact that we weren’t from Boston and even more over the fact that we share a “southern” accent. I think hers is thicker than mine, she might disagree.

At the time of this trip in January, I hadn’t been outside the city area since my trip home to Kentucky over Thanksgiving.
One of the downsides of living in the city without a car is that you can rarely get very far away from it!
When Kelcy invited me out to spend the weekend at her family’s home, I jumped at the chance.
We had a blast! I finally got to meet her amazing parents who are about as infatuated with food as I. I learned to make homemade pasta to go along with our amazing chicken parmesan. We worked off our delicious meals by going ice skating out on a community pond. If you brought your own blades, you could skate to your heart’s content.

I’m in love with Boston…but sometimes a break from the city is a welcomed change.

Heather Cundiff Creative
La Dame de Notre Renaissance Française is located on the Nashua River in Nashua, New Hampshire.

Heather Cundiff Creative

Heather Cundiff Creative

Heather Cundiff Creative

Heather Cundiff Creative

Heather Cundiff Creative

Heather Cundiff Creative

Heather Cundiff Creative
So many awesome structures in historic Nashua. This, I believe, was a condominium!
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Heather Cundiff Creative

Heather Cundiff Creative

Kelcy’s family is part of the Nashville Historic District in Nashua, New Hampshire. It was absolutely lovely. I couldn’t resist snapping a few photos.

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Heather Cundiff Creative

Heather Cundiff Creative

Heather Cundiff Creative

Heather Cundiff Creative

Heather Cundiff Creative

Heather Cundiff Creative

Heather Cundiff Creative

Heather Cundiff Creative

Heather Cundiff Creative
Homemade chicken parmesan and pasta…Yum!

Heather Cundiff Creative

Heather Cundiff Creative

Heather Cundiff Creative

Heather Cundiff Creative

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2 thoughts on “Nashua, NH

  1. We have vacationed in Nashua on our way to Vermont during the fall foliage. One of our ministers went up to Nashua to open a Christian church in that area in an old warehouse where the worshippers can walk in the sanctuary with their coffee cups in hand! ( in case your friend’s family would be interested).

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