Fall in Marblehead, MA

Last weekend Mike and I headed up to Marblehead with his aunt and uncle for a day of wandering, eating seafood, and some serious history. Though the forecast predicted rain, the weather ended up being gorgeous so I took the opportunity to find and photograph every combination of foliage and historic New England scenery. Marblehead is such a charming little town, full of old homes (all the houses have plaques from the year they were built – most were from the 1700 and 1800s!) and adorable shops, including a cutie patootie candy shop with pumpkin cake pops (!!!). It was a perfect New England fall day!

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7 thoughts on “Fall in Marblehead, MA

  1. soanthro

    Soo lovely! My mother lived in Marblehead for ten years when she was young, and I can’t believe I still haven’t taken the time to make a trip there! It looks beautiful, and I’m seriously in love with that line of mailboxes…

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    1. The Sweet Life Post author

      I can’t believe you haven’t been, either! Marblehead seems right up your alley!! Put it on your calendar, NOW!!

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