Fishing Fleet | Portsmouth, NH

Portsmouth, NH.  A city with much character among its old architectural homes, its diverse restaurant offerings, its varied employees/employers/residents, and its working port.  Tonight’s post features an HDR image of a few of the commercial fishing vessels docked across from Prescott Park in the Piscataqua River.   To my knowledge, these guys are still catching fish – many of which I’m sure will end up either on their tables or on mine/yours at local restaurants.

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Fishing Fleet | Portsmouth, NH

Portsmouth, NH.  A city with much character among its old architectural homes, its diverse restaurant offerings, its varied employees/employers/residents, and its working port.  Tonight’s post features an HDR image of a few of the commercial fishing vessels docked across from Prescott Park in the Piscataqua River.   To my knowledge, these guys are still catching fish – many of which I’m sure will end up either on their tables or on mine/yours at local restaurants.

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Fresh Local | State Street, Portsmouth, NH

They’re back!  The Fresh Local truck is back on State Street (across from Ocean Bank) in downtown Portsmouth starting at 11:30 on weekdays.  Josh and Michelle (Michelle with customer seen at center) have returned with their delicious fresh food grown and/or purchased locally…check them out at www.freshlocaltruck.com.   Gentleman at far left is a GQ writer doing a spot on them for the August issue, highlighting food trucks and climate change.  Go enjoy their food so they keep coming back!

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Fresh Local | State Street, Portsmouth, NH

They’re back!  The Fresh Local truck is back on State Street (across from Ocean Bank) in downtown Portsmouth starting at 11:30 on weekdays.  Josh and Michelle (Michelle with customer seen at center) have returned with their delicious fresh food grown and/or purchased locally…check them out at www.freshlocaltruck.com.   Gentleman at far left is a GQ writer doing a spot on them for the August issue, highlighting food trucks and climate change.  Go enjoy their food so they keep coming back!

Full size here:  FLICKR