Newburyport Magazine, out today in subscriber’s Newburyport Daily News, has a ‘Parting Shot’ of The Pink House, along with a great story by Lisa Powis of Newbury, MA.
The essay is testament to the many times we each may think “there’s nothing to see…” this article encourages you to go out anyway, because you never know until you get there what wonders you’ll find. In this case it was a raptor who flew to perch on the chimney of the Pink House - the highest viewpoint point for miles around.
Imagine what it looks like from inside the cupola - with it’s 360 degrees of uninterrupted views during sunrises, sunsets, high tides, storms, snows, rising moons and under the stars with very little light from any other source.
In a word, it’s MAGICAL!
You can also grab the issue at Jabberwocky Books in the Tannery on Water Street in Newubryport, MA.
Written by Kelly Page and Rochelle Joseph, Support the Pink House Board Members.