Time for a little catch-up here. Wednesday was a day to tidy things around the house and enjoy the campground. We went to Walt’s house for dinner and to wish him well on his trip. Thursday was designated Gettysburg Day 2. Great plans – but we forgot to designate one of us to be responsible […]Read more "October 2-4 – Maryland, Gettysburg Day 2, and Pennsylvania"
Yesterday we traveled from PA to MD, a delightfully uneventful trip enjoying the sights and I did some serious knitting. We landed at Little Bennett County Campground in Clarksburg, MD. This is our second visit – this particular park is great! Many upgrades since we were here two years ago. They have added cabins and […]Read more "September 30 – October 1 – Pennsylvania to Maryland, Seeing Walt, and Gettysburg"
The wheels on the truck were turning by 0920 hrs. this morning – a great travel day – sunshine on our back, and much less traffic. In a general southwest direction, we made our way out of Massachusetts and on the way to see and explore new places. We have figured out that rest areas […]Read more "September 29 – Leaving The Mass(es)"
We needed to visit Connecticut, and our daughter suggested we check out Dinosaur State Park (and let her know if she would like it). We left, on what our GPS suggested would be a 90-minute drive and arrived 3 hours later. You know what? It was completely worth it! I had visions of seeing dinosaur […]Read more "September 28 – Dinosaurs in Connecticut!"
Thursday was dedicated to visiting Rhode Island – we explored Prescott Farms and the Newport Car Museum. Prescott Farms is a lovely little place with a magnificent herb garden and kitchen garden – I want those when we stop traveling and have a garden again! I think we both want the windmill in our future […]Read more "Sept 26 & 27 – Rhode Island and Massachusetts Exploring"
We walked the Freedom Trail today…6 miles on the trail, and 1.5 miles back to the car. Funny thing – everything we read and heard said it was 2.5 – 3 miles long. We didn’t get lost and didn’t take THAT many side trips. I was surprised at the actual Freedom Trail. Somehow, in my […]Read more "September 25 – Freedom Trail"
Up early, and on the road again! We left Maine in a fine mist, cool temps, and heavy grey clouds. The Maine Turnpike has a height warning for overpasses (I think I mentioned this before) that is reported to be 1 inch taller than we are. In order to NOT spoil our day, we opted […]Read more "September 24 – Maine to Massachusetts"
This was our bonus day in Maine. We started our exploring day a little earlier to seek out the areas of the island that we missed on the bus tour. Our travels took us through Seal Harbor, Northeast Harbor, along Somes Sound, through Somesville, south to Southwest Harbor, Seawall, Bass Harbor, Bernard, West Tremont, Seal […]Read more "September 23 – Mount Desert Isle"
Another gentle start to a lovely day. We discussed the next few days, talked with the campground staff about local things to see, and opted to add a day here. Lunch was trying out W.A. Bean & Sons Maine Red Snapper Dogs. We found them in a local grocery store, along with Frankfurt Buns – […]Read more "First Day of Autumn/Exploring Stonington"
Today we explored Acadia National Park on Schoodic Peninsula. Thankfully, one of the ladies at the office here in the park told us about this little hidden gem. She suggested that if we enjoyed less congested areas, this might be a spot worth checking out. As far as we are concerned – this spot is […]Read more "September 21 – Last Day of Summer – A Part of Acadia Not To Be Missed!!!"