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Travel Blogs from Sandwich
A stop at Cape Cod bagels for some breakfast, and on we went to the RV center.
Jim: "This all feels so surreal."
Elijah: "It feels like we're just going to NH."
Deb: "I think it will feel real once we get in the RV."
... fit easily! I guess a month (or more) of planning what to bring paid off.
Izzy gave us the run down on all of the buttons, switches, panels, pumps and tanks which, Deb being the organized one (read: can't remember anything unless she writes it down) took notes on.
After a quick practice run in the parking lot, we were off! NOW it seemed real. This dream, coming to life. ...
... not go by any slower. It has been very stressful sorting out all the make up work for my classes when ill be gone, settling work at CVS out, and preparing for pharmacy interviews. At least I know it will all be worth it because this trip is going to be so rewarding and the second i step on that Peter Pan bus the stress will be gone. Ahhh 7 more days.
... collection of some of the most historically significant concept cars ever built and examples of what today's designers are dreaming up for tomorrow. Although mostly not in bloom, our walk around the gardens was delightful and peaceful.
The “Moving Landscapes” exhibit is a series of outdoor art exhibits where local artists are creating kinetic sculptures to comprise ...
... A fog sensor activates the fog horn. The lighthouse was built in 1875 and the adjacent oil house was built in 1904. This remote light can only be accessed by foot or boat. It is now illuminated via solar panels.
We climbed the first set of dunes to take in the view of the Boston skyline in the far distant horizon. It was hazy, but discernible. We were told that this viewpoint was where ...