Last weekend we drove up to the Franconia Notch area in New Hampshire. We stopped at Polly's Pancake Parlor in Sugar Hill for breakfast.
Built around 1830 the "parlor" was first a carriage house and then later converted to a tea room in the late 30's where they offered pancakes, waffles and French toast - "All you can eat for 50¢." It is a busy place. We sat at a large table with another couple passing through from Mass. to Maine. If you look closely you'll spot the couple captivated by Fernando's story telling in the picture above.
Above our heads tucked between the beams were song books wrapped in plastic. Ironically one titled, "Brazil" was above Fernando's head. Ironic because Fernando is originally from Brazil. This sort of thing happens to us all the time confirming that we are always right where we need to be.
As we left Polly's parlor we walked around the grounds to photograph the lupines.
There is still time to catch the lupines, infact, the annual Fields of Lupine Festival starts this weekend and continues until the Summer Solstice on June 20th. Visit the Franconia Notch Chamber of Commerce's website for more details.
Thanks for stopping by!
Kathryn, Collage Diva