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chipped... salvaged... tattered... worn... rusty... crusty...

Monday, July 22, 2013

ViNtaGe Neon Motel Signs - Whirl-Wind NEW HAMPSHIRE TRIP...

"Just Back" from a "long weekend getaway"
New Hampshire!*!*!  
~ Part ONE ~
Blur-Tour in and around Lake Winnipesaukee

 With 95 degree + temperatures...
Most of our planned "outdoor activities were nixed!!!
Soooooo sight seeing in an air conditioned car around Lake Winnipesaukee,
 was our next best option...



 We came upon an area that had quite a few
ViNtaGe NEON MOTEL/COTTAGE SIGNAGE...



 Takes me back to the 50's... 60's...









 Funky Lobster Building...



 One of my FaVoRiTe Sightings...
** ViNtaGe Chandelier **
On-An-Outdoor-Porch!*!*!



 Lobster Buoy
In and around the boat sandbox...




 Just AwEsoMe ViNtaGe Architectural WINDOW!!!
LoVed the "Spider-Web-Like" - Edges...




Many a Building had these "Light Window Panels"
above their Garage Doors...
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Later in the day...
 we "cooled-off" taking a boat ride in a
1948 VINTAGE Wooden Mahogony
 "Hacker-Craft" Boat
in the town of Wolfeborough, NH
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Check Back for MORE
on our "whirl-wind trip"
•Shabby Shopping - around the Lake
•Bottle Show in Manchester, NH

Jeanine

8 comments:

  1. Great pictures, and I'm so glad you had a chance to get away for a bit! I so need to do the same!

    Take care,
    Sue

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  2. Looks like a nice place to visit. I love all the wooden slatted buildings you have over there. BTW, the temps over here in La France are also near the 100 mark!

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  3. looks like so much fun!! love the old motel signs!

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  4. Looks like fun! Old motel signs are awesome. I wish I had the sense to get good pictures of them when I see them on the road.

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  5. The Lakehouse Cottages sign is terrific.

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  6. I like the vintage signs and glad to see them in use,
    I bet that boat ride was fun and cooler

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  7. Wow!Amazing pictures of vintage signs.I like all of them.

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  8. Sign spotting was one of my favorite things to do when my family went on road trips. It got more fun when the neon signs we saw had some lights out and the sign itself became funny.

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