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Wicked New England — My Favorite Place to Read

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New England has so much to offer mountains, beaches, rolling hills — the changing seasons. So Wickeds where is your favorite place to read? Does it change with the season?

Sherry: My very favorite place to read is in bed at the end of a long day, propped up on a couple of pillows. But when I lived in Massachusetts I went on a girls trip with my mom and my sister to Rockport, Massachusetts. The house we rented had the perfect place to read or sit and reflect.

Edith: I really can read anywhere. The rocking chair in my office, which was my grandfather’s and then my mother’s, is a comfortable comforting place in which to soak up a

book. But I’ve read sunning at Crane Beach in Ipswich, camping at Russell Pond in New Hampshire, on cross-country airplanes, in waiting rooms.

Even at one, my granddaughter understood the joy of reading on the porch.

Barb: I didn’t even have to think about this one. Hands down, the big front porch overlooking the harbor at out house in Boothbay.

Liz: The beach will always be my favorite place to read, hands down. However, the Lebanon Town Green where the dogs like to walk is also a great place, with little benches,  lots of trees and gorgeous views.

Jessie:In the summer I love to read on the beach in Old Orchard. There is nothing like being stretched out on the sand, under a floppy hat with the waves lapping nearby.

Julie: My favorite place is on vacation, wherever that is.

Readers: Where is your favorite reading spot?

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