Archive | November 30, 2014

Wolfeboro, N.H. 2014 Christmas Parade & Santa On November 29.


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by Anura Guruge


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I took in excess of 70 pictures of the parade, independent of the Clearlakes Chorale caroling ahead of the parade. I have all the pictures of the parade in two forms below: as an automated YouTube slideshow (video) with music or as a gallery. You take your pick. The YouTube slideshow is fun. You can, of course, look at BOTH. Enjoy.


YouTube animated slideshow with music.
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Picture Gallery. Click to access.

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Wolfeboro, N.H. Realtors, Prudential Spencer-Hughes, Sponsors Gingerbread House Building Prior To 2014 Christmas Parade.


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We stumbled upon this very clever and guaranteed to be fun communal event after our Saturday morning ballet class in Wolfeboro, N.H. while waiting for the 2014 Christmas Tree Lighting and parade to start. I have to admit that it was the gingerbread lady that initially attracted me to the event. I wanted a picture of her. She kindly invited the two 8 year olds to participate. The rest is history.

Wonderful crowd inside. Realtors are always so convivial and one even mistook me for another ‘brown’ guy in Wolfeboro which kind of miffed me because I like being the only brown guy around. For the world of me I can’t remember if I have ever used Spencer-Hughes for any of my many real estate transactions around the Lake over the last 25 years. They all kind of blur into a jumble after a while. Got to meet the eponymous Mr. Robert Hughes (the President and Broker at the agency) and Fae Moore. Very pleasant people.

I gather this was an event that they had used to do and had fallen by the wayside for a few years. Glad they resurrected it. Kids loved it. Great way to get people to come into the office and get to know some of the people. Well done Spencer-Hughes.


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A Huge “Merry Christmas” Message Stamped Out In The Snow On Wolfeboro, N.H. Docks Post Thanksgiving 2014 Snow Storm.

Anura Guruge, June 8, 2013.

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Very clever, very cute and beautifully executed.

Thank YOU.

I wish more people got to see it.

Best I could do. Nowhere I could climb to get a better vantage.

Much appreciated.

Merry Christmas.


Northeastern Ballet Saturday Morning Class In Wolfeboro The Morning Of The Christmas Tree Lighting 2014.


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Most Thursday nights for the last three years I had to take Devanee for Clearlakes Chorale practice in Wolfeboro, N.H. Didn’t mind at all. Gave me a chance to listen to the music and also get an hours walk, in the dark, around ever delightful Wolfeboro.

Now for the last couple of months I have to take Teischan to ballet classes in Wolfeboro Saturday mornings. Again I don’t mind. Yes, it means I have to get up a hour and hour ahead of my normal schedule but I would never begrudge that a child. While she is at class I use the hour for yet another walk, this time in daylight, around Wolfeboro. I love Wolfeboro. Have been going there since 1991. So never a hardship. Always fun. Always something to see. Something to learn. Today I really didn’t need to do an hours walk. I had done my usual 2.5 mile run Wednesday and had spent about 5 hours shoveling snow since then. But I did a leisurely walk, with the camera. Took some pictures. Devanee tagged along. That was good. We went back with about 5 minutes to spare. Managed to get these pictures.


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