4.8.14

Pinehurst: A Little Porch Sittin

This weekend has been eventful. I went up to Virginia, came home for a few hours to Carolina and am now in Cincinnati for the next few days. Last minute moments with friends are always fun. But since I never got to post about our trip last weekend to Pinehurst, I figured I would post it today. 

Pinehurst is just about an hour away from us and it is the most charming town, or more specifically, village. It was started in the late 1800's by the Tufts family from Boston. It is surrounded, of course, by pines. There is good food, a top notch resort and one of the highest rated spas in the country. 

Oh...and I suppose there is golf to be played. I wouldn't know about that. Or maybe I should say care? 

Here are a few photos I snapped during our visit to see Wiki's cousin, Christina and her husband Andy. (Hi, love you guys!) They are down from Boston and he is working the Kids championship they host every summer. Kids (and their parents) come from all over the world to participate.
















Now, go find yourself a porch, some sweet tea and have at it. 

and you can check out our lunch at the historic Holly Inn on my other blog.

linking up with Meghan, Meg, Leeann, WWU

8 comments:

  1. So I have never been to Pinehurst but now I really want to go for a visit! The pics are awesome!!

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  2. Pinehurst looks very pretty...love the rocking chairs!

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  3. Looks great and relaxing. I don't golf either. Blessings, Catherine

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  4. Busy girl! Beautiful pics! I'd lo9ve to visit.

    ~Ashley @ A Cute Angle
    acutelifetyle.blogspot.com

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  5. i could use a little porch sittin' this morning. i just need the right weather to go with it :)

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  6. So picturesque and is still on my list of places to visit this year. *crosses fingers* our trip in December actually happens! Love the porch the best I think. There's just something about rocking on a porch with the breeze. Gah!

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  7. Sign me up! A porch and sweet tea is kind of hard to find in NYC though lol

    Thanks for linking up with MMG :)

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  8. It looks so beautiful there I really want to visit. Looks like you are on the run, hope you are having fun!

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