By Rochelle Joseph
The iconic Pink House is now listed as on the Essex National Heritage's Scenic Byway. The byway is 90 miles long, linking 14 coastal communities to highlight period architecture, scenic views, recreational opportunities, and historic sights for locals, New England visitors and tourists from around the globe to enjoy.
This is BIG!
Minority Leader State Senator Bruce Tarr, prominently committed to preserve the Pink House among among the many important people who have stepped forward to help, was also a champion of the Byway, along with Newbury Town Planner Martha Taylor, and Newburyport's Senior Project Manager Geordie Vining. All have been kind to Support the Pink House as we pursue solutions.
We encourage everyone to check out the Essex National Heritage Scenic Byway site. It's a great resource when out of town guests are coming to visit but also for getting out of the house yourself and exploring your own back yard. They make it easy. Just scroll through their interesting list or search by category or town from Lynn to Salisbury -- and check out their maps!
We're so lucky to live in such a wonderful place. Make it a point to enjoy all our area has to offer -- especially as the weather is getting better using the Essex Coastal Byway as your guide. And if you come out to see the Pink House, post your photos, comments and videos on our Support the Pink House FB page, Twitter or our IG, using the hashtag #SupporthePinkHouse!