Yesterday I felt a need for flowers. The garden close to me is in a state of transition so I decided to head to New Hampshire again. My intent was to visit Fuller Gardens in North Hampton then continue up the coast to Portsmouth to check on new flowers in the gardens of Prescott Park.
Fuller Gardens was a non-starter since their parking lot was full. They had blocked off half of the spaces in the small lot - I suppose the vehicles needed to social distance. I should have counted the vehicles; I think there were a max of 12 cars in the lot. I guess it was just not my day to visit.
As I continued up the very short New Hampshire coastline I saw that the state had blocked all parking along Route 1A.
In addition to the parking restrictions along 1A, all of the state beach parks now require reservations for parking.
No worries, I knew I would be able to find parking in Portsmouth!
I drove right into a 2-hour parking spot just a block from Prescott Park. If that spot hadn't been open I planned to park at the church lot just off of I-95 and walk into the center of town.
My first photos were of buildings on a very narrow street.