I have no idea what this building was used for. It's right on the strip and obviously, old and uncared for. I felt the need to snap a picture of the ornate window and then one of the, well....not so ornate one! We were nosy and peeked into one of the ground level windows. Looks like it might have been used for some aspect of the park services at some point.
Nantasket Beach Day
"A Beachside Town"
Nantasket Beach is in Hull and not too far from Boston. One of my friends lives around a mile from here and we recently had a fun, girlie day there. This is really a nice spot. There used to be an amusement park there and now all that remains is a beautiful vintage carousel, the boadwalk and of course, the beach!
"Where IS that Grey Poupon?"
It was too cold to lay on the beach or even contemplate getting into the water. However, the weather was perfect for our outdoor (and may I add) ch-chi brunch!
It's always good weather for just having fun!
Hull Hath No Fury
Just a small peninsula made of drumlins, Hull is a well-kept secret only 20 miles from Boston. With a colorful past, Hull stands today feeling like a small-town with a big background.
Community members include artists, international executives, writers, entrpreneurs, photographers (local, Ed Deford, took the photos above and below), lobstermen, vacationers, publishers, biologists and architects.
The beach is stunning year-round. The views from the hills can reach 50 miles. Picturesque Victorian mansions perch on the hillsides while cottages and grand homes sit by the sea.