Family photo in Prescott ParkOne of our first stops was Prescott Park, along the pier in Portsmouth. It's a beautiful park that combines Portsmouth industrial and military past with it's modern artsiness.
Fountain in Prescott Park
These are the trailers for Prescott Park Arts Festival's stage
Thanks, James, just what I needed- a blade of grass.
We walked up and down the very posh Market Street. We only went into the Portsmouth Brewery for lunch, but we "window-shopped" the $5 lobster rolls at another restaurant, and the ice cream. Maybe next time, Portsmouth.
Where's Waldo on Market Street
Same artist as the back stage trailers?
Inside the Portsmouth Brewery
It took a little convincing to get Kevin to stop at the Albacore Museum because it was a little removed from the downtown and we were starting to push into James's nap time, but come on, are you really going to pass up on a submarine sitting in a gully? No, no respectable roadtripper would. We even bought a commemorative mug while James escaped us and ran into the ticket-only museum behind the store.
What roadtrip is complete without dancing in front of a submarine?
James is really fast now, and he speeds up when he knows you're about to grab him.
Bye-bye, Albacore submarine