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July 29th – day 86
We spent the evening last night
deciding what to do about Boston. It's one of those places with lots
of history and they have a great walking trail which takes in lots of
places in one half day walk Trouble is we have kids. And they're not
that interested in any of that since they're not from USA. Plus the RV
is too big to park in Boston. After ringing the info centre they said
we'd have to ...
After a day of walking, we slept in. We awoke hearing gunfire. Lots of gunfire. Is the campground reenacting the revolution? No. There must be a shooting range nearby (I hope).
Today's we are touring Plymouth. The visitor's center was very helpful. They had several guides to determine what your interests were and who were very knowledgeable on all of the activities in the area.
Since it was ...
Leaving our campground in Verona, NY we drove Hwy 90 beside the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains. This part of the drive was almost relaxing. Rolling, lush green hills surrounded us, and traffic was light.
Then we hit the Mass Turnpike and things got hectic. I'm glad I didn’t drive this leg of the trip. A wreck created stop-and-go ...
... cliff that parallels the path from the car park to an overlook of the park and lake. We were hoping for a sort of 'four corners' experience where you could stand on North America and Europe at the same time, but no such place was obvious. The wind from the day before was gone and the weather was a quite pleasant 60 degrees. Around noon we were back in the car for the 45 minute drive back to Reykjavik and Laugardaslaug where Tom had left Everyone's googles ...
... The history, not in order of stops though, begins with the Mayflower (Pic 5)arriving with some disgruntled folk called Puritans who felt they couldn't practice their rather austere faith in England at that time because of oppression. No matter that in turn and in time, they became oppressive themselves, engaging in public punishment. That aside they got the ball rolling. History gets a bit hazy about just where they all disembarked. Someone about 120 years after the event decided ...