Thursday, May 10, 2012

Guest Post | Natalie Kurtzman

Today we have Natalie, a fellow Bostonian, from wishful nals (you can find her at The Boston Day Book, as well!).  I was so excited to come across Natalie's blog a few months ago and see her take on life in Boston.  She's another lady with beautiful, dreamy photos - and she sure does fit in her share of traveling!


Along the coastal line of southern New England, there lies a little piece of heaven known as the FarmCoast. It combines my two favorite things: farms and wide open spaces with the coast and pebble beaches. Its grass is lush and green, its artists and wildlife are aplenty. Only an hour or so away from Boston, the FarmCoast region provides such a haven from the everyday hustle and bustle of city life.

What I love most about the FarmCoast is the quintessential New England vibe. I love wine tasting at Sakonnet Vineyards, visiting the local shops and artisans in Tiverton's Four Corners, and watching the tide and oysters come to shore in Little Compton, Rhode Island. This little community is such a hidden gem - and perfect for a much needed reflective day, away from it all.


Natalie, we cannot thank you enough for this beautiful look into New England's FarmCoast.  We will absolutely have to stop in the area on our way back to Boston!

Also, welcome to all our new friends and thanks for your sweet comments!  For more up-to-date happenings of our travels, be sure to follow us on facebook, Instagram, and twitter!

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