Orchard Street Manor
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... assistance from me only when absolutely necessary ) has torn out the basement bedroom ceiling and replaced it with drywall. Repainting and recycling of the living room carpet was completed just in time for a full house of guests for Simon's life long friend Adam's wedding. The groom and his Dad Cec and dog Rugby joined Simon and Leila here for the wedding and Laurence too. Conor, Amanda, Maddie and Aurora stopped by for a Maddie birthday so it has been a ...
... trip the whole way… Shelter Island was very reminiscent of Saltspring Island, with winding roads, small towns, farmland, but with the addition of some spectacularly beautiful old 18th and 19th C houses, churches and shops.
The day didn’t end with ferries though, as we still had a great afternoon touring small towns on the Connecticut, Rhode Island coast. The first stop was Mystic, CT, a small historic whaling town on the Mystic River. It is now ...
... a crab shack but they didn't really have what we wanted and what we got wasn't great. So for dinner we asked where to go and were told to go to Duffy's Tavern. We checked the menu on line and it was clams and lobster and all the stuff we were looking for. So off we went...and couldn't find it, went around in circles, Mary the GPS said go one way, Dora the Explorer on my phone said the other ...
... and I went to bed very happy.
We woke up to an yet another amazing meal. This time it was a delicious breakfast of poached egg in a cup of white toast - under the poached egg, was Canadian bacon and the bearnaise sauce was on top. If that wasn't enough, there was bacon on the side!
Our bellies full for the day (almost), we left Jan and Patrick's beautiful home and headed for Cape Cod.
... girls were getting on the Taunton/New Bedford bus! Most of America has re-used British place names, but more so here than anywhere else I've been so far...then again, we are in New England! Now for a bit of a history recap--Our scholarship is called the Nottingham Roosevelt Traveling Memorial Scholarship and was first set up after WWII. The mayor of ...