Blueberry Pointe on the Lake

Address: 115 Sand Dam Road, Chepachet, Rhode Island, 02814, United States | B&B
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TripAdvisor Reviews Blueberry Pointe on the Lake Chepachet

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Travel Blogs from Chepachet

Brooklyn to Rhode Island

A travel blog entry by kmb91 on Aug 09, 2015

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Today was a early start day again just like contiki tour & just like contiki I was back on a bus. Getting a bit of anxiety again as I was going to be travelling on my own to somewhere I didn't know but that's the thing about travelling your out of your comfort zone! So I was leaving Sara's to go onto paul & Rays in Rhode Island! I had to get a taxi in to main Brooklyn and pick my tickets up from the greyhound bus ...

The 48th State

A travel blog entry by oneworldonebike on Jul 22, 2015

... It was very interesting but also very small. The rest of the day has been a lazy day as I am knackered. Out of all the miles we have covered so far the last 2 days have been the least enjoyable. It's been a choice of heavy traffic or endless ...

On the road again.......

A travel blog entry by carol_fred on Apr 09, 2015

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... on in the SUV – kind of important to have that working. Fred talked with the company and explained that we were ready to leave on our trip, so they said they would overnight a working Brake Buddy for us to borrow and they would fix our broken one. Great news! But we were all packed up to go, so we unpacked our sleeping "stuff", went out to dinner and a movie, and stayed one more night at 236 East St.


Leaving Massachusetts

A travel blog entry by maighreadquirke on Jun 04, 2014

... started talking so much sugar' about her man. I was very careful not to so much as look at another male in the station for fear that the girlfriend was there and ready to settle things in the Fall River way! Possibly the longest wait of my life. I decided that I would quietly sit on my bench with my 'inconspicuous' hiking bag which gives me the appearance of a mutant ninja turtle and surreptitiously listen to my 'Stay Gold' playlist with Johnny Cash, Elvis, Rolling Stones, the ...

One Oil Barrel at a Time

A travel blog entry by marsdenfamily on Oct 16, 2013

... about to lose sight of the oil barrel behind you, the next one popped up over the horizon. And so, he and his friends conquered the great Sahara, one oil barrel at a time.

It is, of course, a lesson when you’ve got something challenging, even something that may scare the **** out of you, just break it down in steps, and sure enough, one oil barrel at a time you’ll make it to your destination.