Here is a collection of
photos taken in Wolfeboro on October 7, 2003. It was your typical fall
day, frosty morning temperatures warmed to about 60 degrees in the
afternoon, and there was hardly a cloud in the sky. These photos
were taken from aboard the Mt. Washington as she cruised into
Wolfeboro and docked to unload some passengers.
the water, Wolfeboro has all the makings of your traditional
quaint New England town.
buildings mixed with the first hints of fall color make for
is a grand shot of Wolfeboro that is probably worthy of being
sent as a postcard.
are dozens of boats moored in Wolfeboro Bay. The Belknap
Mountains form the backdrop.
gas docks are conveniently located near the public docks, so you
can refuel and then grab a bite to eat in Wolfeboro.
leaving the bay, here is a sample of the views you'll see.
This is looking east away from the bigger mountains.
passengers unload from the boat to enjoy shopping and browsing
the many shops.
The public gazebo
overlooks what would be busy docks had this photo been taken a
few weeks earlier.
is Garwood's Restaurant, where diners get their great meals with
a stunning view of Wolfeboro Bay.
Here is another
photograph of the picturesque Wolfeboro shoreline.
not to stand on the bow of your boat while passing under this
bridge, that is, if your boat fits under at all.
The public docks
remain a site of activity even after the summer busy season
comes to and end.