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... at the border crossing to find out where the first campground was. (It was about a mile away with all the turns.)
Right after setting up camp Mike took the dogs for a little stroll. He returned just minutes later, soaked! I don't remember ever seeing it rain so hard so fast! There was even some more hail in it!
We are supposed to have snow/hail all night. Amazing!
... end? Where the first supports are? We figured we reasoned enough and left the truck for Goose Rocks Beach. It’s a beautiful beach, about 3 miles of sand and not crowded. There were still kids making me jealous on their boogey boards but when we stepped in the water I wasn’t quite so jealous. The water was like ice! Guess I’m spoiled by the pool and oceans in the south. We did ...
... do a little no tax shopping. By the time we got back the sun was shining and it was beautiful so drove to the Wells Harbor to see the fishing wharf. By the time we got there the clouds were back so we had a quick walk and picked up some fresh lobster to cook for dinner. Ran into the grocery store to get butter for ...
... Great Migration.
In 1639, Endecott's was one of the signatures on the building contract for enlarging the meeting house in Town House Square for the First Church in Salem. This document remains part of the town records at City Hall. He was active in the affairs of the town throughout his life. Samuel Skelton was the first pastor of the First Church of Salem, which is the original Puritan church in North America. Endecott already had a close relationship ...
... Breaking new grounds-americano and decaf coconut coffee, yummy chewy oat flax bar!
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