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The Picture Of The Day (Canon EOS RP) + 6 Also-Rans — June 14, 2019.

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The Flowers Of Very Chic Meredith [N.H.] — June 12, 2019.

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Meredith (New Hampshire) in the ‘Summer’ is always good for an impressive showing of flowers — and that is certainly the case in 2019 despite this crazy Spring we are having.

Meredith, today, was exquisite. All these flowers and the huge display of public art. WOW.

Many of these flowers were at Giuseppe’s — where we, of course, ate, as we invariably do.

If you have not been of late, PLEASE do yourself a favor (and treat) and visit.


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Meredith [N.H.] — The Increasingly Impressive Art, Including Sculpture Walk.

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I kid you NOT, Meredith (New Hampshire) is getting more beautiful and chic by the month. Each time I visit, which these days is about few times a year, Meredith has more art, more artistic stores and just a air of elegant sophistication. Wow. I lived in Meredith 1997 to 1999. It was nice then, on the upswing BUT nothing like it is now. If it was, I would never have moved.

Hands down, Meredith is NOW the MOST ATTRACTIVE of the Lake Winnipesaukee towns — Wolfeboro nowhere close. Alton, where I live, has to be the distant last.

But, I will go further. Meredith looks even better than Dartmouth or Portsmouth.

If you have not been of late, PLEASE do yourself a favor (and treat) and visit.

Eat at Giuseppe’s as we always do — and, of course, did today.


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The Picture Of The Day (Canon EOS RP) + 6 Also-Rans — June 12, 2019.

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insect on bluebells New Hampshire Anura Guruge Canon EOS RP


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Great Article About Giuseppe’s (Meredith) & The Owner Julie Gnerre-Bourgeois.

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Happy 30th Birthday
Giuseppe’s.

Congratulations & THANK YOU!


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Click here for ‘The Laconia Daily Sun‘ article.


I have been singing their praises for YEARS.

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How I met Julie 22-years ago.
In case you are interested. Cute story.

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This is so, so GREAT. Made my day when I saw it. So, well deserved. By FAR our favorite eatery anywhere on Lake Winnipesaukee. My now 18-year old daughter insists on going there for her birthday for at least the last 10-years. Plus, I have attended at least 22 of the to-date 25 annual JTG musical extravaganzas. I have been going there since 1997, if not 1996 — that been when I discovered Meredith.

Thank YOU, Julie. Thank YOU Michael. Thank YOU the staff.

You have nourished, entertained and treated us, right royally, for so many years.

Here is to the next 30-years. Cheers.


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JTG (25th) 2019 At Giuseppe’s (Meredith) — The Sampler Of Pictures (One Each).

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Julie Gnerre-Bourgeois who make the magic possible.

Paul Warnick.

Joey Gnerre, Julie Gnerre-Bourgeois’ brother.

Paul Luff.

Mary Fagan.

Michael Bourgeois.

Mike Loughin.




Julie is entitled to two pictures!


Bonus picture
— which captures the spirit.



I think these pictures tell their own tale. No additional words required. Enjoy.

JTG 2019, as was expected, was just GREAT. Sublime.


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