Rain Reigns Region Ruthlessly
There is nothing better than the Weekends here in our Precious Perfect Patch we call Wooster Square. Sent off on a mission this morning to help Cheryl, Zippy and I made a loop around our Gateway to New England. Chyna stayed back as her teensy tiny tootsies get terribly tired on tremendous treks. (Don't feel bad, she got to accompany the Blossom Blogger later as I finally got out and took some photos). I looped over to Audubon and they are setting up for a whole day of arts and crafts for the whole family.
As I traveled up Wall Street I could not get over the amount of people that are in New Haven as tourists. I walked through the heart of Yale by Sterling Library up to Chapel street. I have even seen buses of people with someone pointing out Super City Sights. People were out in droves after the deluge we had over the past 24 hours. And walking back on Chapel Street towards World Famous Wooster Square you are joined by dozens of people walking from Downtown to our Famous Friendly Farmers Market.
Silly Square Squirrels Squealing...
bring some peanuts!
The Wild Wet Wooster Square Weather has given way to the sun and the Park is Packed with Picnicking People and their Pets. A perfect Saturday morning for all who came to enjoy the Square.
It wasn't rainy all week. We did manage a some sunshine and I was out to see what I could find. One morning walk Chyna and Zippy brought me to a tree that is a Blossoming Beauty!
Sleepy Square Sunning
Willowy White Whispy Winning Wowers!
Honey, Home In on Historic Wooster Square
Chris adjusting his Global Positioning System
Flags Fly Fittingly
Billowy Big Blossom
Silly Sakura Sweetness
Boxes Bring Bountiful Beauty
(Nice Job Jodi!)
Wooster Square Pink Nation
Friendly Fine Flowers
Perfect Pine Purrs...
Head to Historic Wooster Square!
Tiny Tots Treat
Court Street Colors
Park Perfect for Pedestrians
Don't forget that the International Festival of Arts and Ideas starts on June 15th for 18 days of Fun in the New Haven Summer Sun.
Just Join the Free Fun!
(80% of venues are Free)
Later Saturday finds an uncommonly cool crisp springlike day. Although when the Sun was Shining on our Sweet Sakura Square, we were at a perfect 74 degrees by afternoon.
Hard to believe its over a month since our World Famous Wooster Square Cherry Blossoms were over on April 29, 2013. It seems like almost yesterday we were in a...
Historic Hanami Hissyfit!
Gazing at the Cherry Blossoms,
The Bone of my Neck
History of Haiku, vol I, R.H. Blyth
Also coming up in Historic Wooster Square is the St. Andrews Society Festival. Traditional Food Music and Friends make this a uniquely Wooster Square neighborhood event.
ST. ANDREW THE APOSTLE SOCIETY
113 ITALIAN FESTA CELEBRATION
THURS. June 27 SUN. June 30 2013
St. Andrew Club Grounds, 515 Chapel Street
In Historic Wooster Square, New Haven, CT
GREAT ITALIAN FOOD!
MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY!
GAMES AND CARNIVAL RIDES!
The St. Andrew the Apostle Society and the Amalfitani-Italian Community of New Haven continue to celebrate their heritage and traditions.
Be sure to make New Haven and Wooster Square
on your short list of things to do this summer!
Similar to the Blessing of the Fleet which is organized right here in Wooster Square, St. Michael's blesses each and every Sakura
after the strenuous blossom season...
Holy Sakura Silliness!
(just a reflection from Blossom Blog Headquarters)
More Photo Phun!
Picture the Red and the White till you're Blue
Good Flowers Gone Bad
(Bright Beauties Behind Bars)
Whole Wide World Loves Wooster Square
Future Beach (Bum) Plums
Future Fantastic Flowers!
Phence Photo Phun
Peddle to Park
Remember our Cherry Blossom Snow?
Thanks for Making the Wooster Square Blossom Blog
The Number 1 Blossom Blog in the Country!*
(Wooster Square Blossom Blog)
Don't be Square this Summer!
Head for New Haven and
World Famous Wooster Square!
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See You Round the Square This Summer!