John Randall House
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... in. $1.50 for the washers and dryers. 6
washers working, 2 out of the 6 dryers working. Clean showers and
bathroom. Lots of full-timers and the ground itself looks quite run
down. Someone mentioned to us that we were parked at the area where
the skunks live to be careful going out after dusk and carry a torch.
We played Bean Boozled. When we were in
Wisconsin at the Jelly Belly Factory we bought the beans in packets
... But the next morning when he was having a shower, when the same two walked in on him some how unlatching the door and tried to give him a back massage... Frightened to hear how the story concluded, we hurried into town to find some food and beers. Explored the whole of Commercial Street, stopped at a Brazilian's street diner for dinner. Both choose Rich *****'s Rice, tasted very good. Looking forward to travelling Brazil one ...
... made it!! Phew! And what a wake up call.
No line for ferry tickets so we took care of that and grab a coffee at Dunkin Donuts (which I will never do again, I don't know what people are talking about that Dunkin' has good coffee--maybe if you brew it at home? They added sugar and cream to both our coffees without us asking! And, as mine was an iced coffee, the sugar didn't dissolve...yuck!)
... he arrived and is now working on our electric problems. And we have the wrong lightbulbs! And that may not even be the problem! Could be a faulty heat sensor but won’t know till we try the correct bulb. He didn’t leave till around 7 so will go to supper here in Wakefield. Was going to do spaghetti at home but no sauce! Had a great meal at Sabotini’s in Wakefield. They are new but always crowded so they are doing good. Have enough left ...
... trip takes us past Cutty Hunk and several of the Elizabeth Islands. These are the islands that separate the New England mainland from Martha’s Vineyard. We also pass some prominent points off of New England. A look with the binoculars shows some of the biggest homes I have ever seen. Who lives in these places?
We turn north up Buzzard’s Bay. This is often a rough piece of water but today it shows us only a night chop under clear skies and 20 kt ...