A white Christmas was more common when I was a little girl. Now a white Christmas is a special treat, as we only get the fluffy stuff once every 6 to 8 years … in time for Christmas. That's why it's important to take photos while the houses are decorated for the holidays. Hope you enjoy these snowscapes and decorated houses from the New Hampshire seacoast, Portsmouth to Hampton.
Portsmouth, NH has some wonderful houses along Middle Street. This one is majestically decked out with green garlands around the front door. It's fun to see all the different ways that people use evergreen rope to decorate their homes for Christmas.
What fun it was to find this simple wreath with a big red bow, hiding on a gate as I turned the corner. Love how the snow is decorating the stone wall, and appreciate the gate in the wall for it's holiday wreath.
We can buy different decorations for our yards, and I love a few lights but not too many. Here we get to enjoy a small sleigh being pulled by … Rudolf, our very famous red nose reindeer.
The most popular decoration is a wreath with a big red bow, so enjoy the different way our homeowners in New Hampshire have used this traditional wreath.
Wishing you a wonderful, white Christmas!