Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Song-osity: Concord

But I've seen it all in a small town...
Oh, those small communities...

Avi, Noam, Ronan, and I took Concord by storm last week. Avi wanted to explore a quintessential New England town, and I figured what's more New England than Concord?

I had never been there before, it is such a great small town. A main street lined with shops and little eateries. We had lunch at a little tavern, found a small toy shop, candy shop, and wandered around Monument Square.

I just love these little small towns. Having grown up in a small-er town area, I still gravitate to the vibe of a small town. Sure, I live in a bigger city, but there is something special about a main street lined with local shops, probably why I enjoy my little neighborhood so much!


also...going to do a better job at promoting my Monday link-up!
come join the Good.Random.Fun. each Monday, right here!

22 thoughts on the matter:

Maureen @ Josephina Ballerina said... {Reply}

Small New England towns. Sigh...When I was a little girl, we lived in Brunswick, Maine. Back then, it was just a small town, kind of shabby around the edges. Bowdoin College is there. I hope they have kept the town up. I remember it with such affection.

Your pix of Concord are be-YOU-tee-FUL!
I was especially taken by the Nesting sign. Lovely calligraphy.

Rebecca said... {Reply}

I visited Concord once a very long time ago. I LOVE those steps!

Leovi said... {Reply}

Beautiful photos, interesting compositions with autumn colors!

Kathy McB said... {Reply}

Small towns New England-style are in a class all themselves. True Americana. Love it! Thanks for joining in at Song-ography. And glad you all had such a wonderful visit together.

Adrienne said... {Reply}

I see the church where I got married, our reception "Inn" and my favorite shop - Nesting!! I Love that store! Concord is such a treat - especially in the fall!

nancyjean said... {Reply}

oh this looks like a wonderful small town that I would love to visit! That Nesting shop is calling my name!! I am definitely going to check out your link up!!

NC Sue said... {Reply}

I'm getting the impression that place sells really great things!

Sarah Carletti said... {Reply}

Looks like a wonderful small town!

chai-and-chardonnay.blogspot.com said... {Reply}

What a wonderful little place ...it seems to come right out of a picture book.I can imagine that you took the place by storm!

Dara @ Not In Jersey said... {Reply}

I love towns like that!!

Linda Kay said... {Reply}

Tamar, I grew up in a small town (well actually on the farm about 5 miles out). They definitely have their redeeming qualities. Good places to raise children.

Sharon said... {Reply}

One of my favorite places to visit! Lexington and Concord -- such beauty and history. Your photos capture it well. This makes me want to go back right now!

Dina Lettre said... {Reply}

Oh, I would love it! :)

Heather{Our Life In a Click} said... {Reply}

Looks so idyllic!

Nicki said... {Reply}

New England is full of wicked awesome small towns. Great collection of images of the little nuggets that make a small town special.

Buckeroomama said... {Reply}

I love small towns. I love the "local-ness" and their unique charm.

(For some reason, whenever I see "New England," that Barry Manilow song comes to mind. Oh, and also clam chowder!)

Carol Blackburn said... {Reply}

Lots of really great things, I mean cool shots. :)

likeschocolate said... {Reply}

When I was little we went to Concord and I thought it was the most perfect place on earth.

likeschocolate said... {Reply}

When I was little we went to Concord and I thought it was the most perfect place on earth.

barbara said... {Reply}

For who lives in Italy like me, this small town looks so characteristic and reminds me some tv series from my childhood...!

Life with Kaishon said... {Reply}

I love those steps! : )
I am so glad you could have a visit with your family.

Clairejustine oxox said... {Reply}

Lovely pictures, how cool are the stairs :)