We love to travel. We just love some cities a little more than others. Boston and Bath are two of those towns. Rose lived in Boston for 7 years going to high school and college there before moving to the west coast. Every summer we go back to New England for a family trip. Tim was born in Bath (Maine) and most of his family lives in and near Bath. This year we are embarking on two exciting trips both culminating in a week in Maine.
Tim will be traveling on a road trip with his brother and Rose’s dad. Rose will be going to straight to Boston to spend time with her high school friends and a college friend.
Boston is an amazing city. It is a big city in a very small geographical area. The history that is all around you is incredible. Our country pretty much started in and around Boston. For Rose, growing up there was an amazing experience of culture and history. Spending time there is always wonderful and with so many friends still living in the area, makes it feel like home. Bath is one of those picturesque New England cities where ships are built at the Naval Yard and Fourth of July is the highlight of the summer season. Tim's family has lived in Maine since 1622.
Of course, Rose booked some photo sessions for some her friends. The sessions will take place in the Boston Public Garden. It is one of the oldest and most beautiful public parks in the country. Photography was a hobby when Rose lived in Boston. The opportunity to photograph friends in such a beautiful location was something she could not say no to. Rose will be doing family photos and two engagement/couple sessions. Stay tuned for those photos!
After Boston we head to Maine! Lobster rolls and salt water are part of the plans. We will also be celebrating the life of Tim’s father David, who passed away last August. His final wish was to be reunited with his bellowed Maine. We are looking forward to spending time with family to reminisce and reunite.
We love so many great cities but Boston and Bath, ME are ones that give us a sense of home. We may move away and live our lives somewhere else, but a piece of our heart will always be home. What city has a piece of your heart?