"Hopewell" is what we need to do to make our dreams come true. Keep hoping, dreaming, and most of all working at it.
Hopewell, NJ was quite a photographic trip: this is the third of four in a series. There were so many great houses and great shops! I recommend a visit. Support an independently owned coffee shop and stop in at the Boro Bean (see previous post).
An appealing porch -- I just had to get close and take a picture.
What a house! Glad I don't have to chase dust bunnies through it.
In downtown, I saw this great book store. I bought a used book, Penelope Fitzgerald's "Innocence," for $9, just because I support indy bookstores.
The owner sat in an easy chair, reading, of course.
An unusual planter outside a tony gallery. Corrugated tin as an accent.
Another artsy planter.
A rocker and child's toys at a nearby antiques store.
Another view of the planter. You can see unusual art through the plate glass window behind it. Is it an interpretation of a giraffe? What's your guess?