Thursday, July 31, 2014

Keene, NH

If you have ever seen the movie, Jumanjia, you might recognize some of the photographs in this week's blog.  A lot of the 1997 film was shot in and around the Keene area.

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25 Lawson Street about 1/2 block off Main.

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Margarita's Mexican Restaurant on Main Street has the look and feel of a cantina.

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Colonial Theater built in 1924 is the only theater still in Keene.  It has undergone two restorations starting in 1993.

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Timoleon's Family Restaurant - good food and lots of seating.

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A sign over the Synergy Sporting Good Store.  I would have shot the store front but there was way too much reflection.

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When was the last time you saw an old school fire alarm like this one.

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You may recognize this from the movie.

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Gazebo in the middle of town.

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Two views of the Parrish Shoes sign that was seen in the movie.  The original sign was removed but later restored.

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Every New England town has at least one white picket fence.

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