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... colonists, some of whom later became known as Pilgrims. They were among the first people who immigrated to America to avoid religious persecution and to seek religious separation from the Church of England. It currently is a not-for-profit museum supported by admissions, contributions, grants and volunteers.
The re-creations are sourced from a wide variety of first and second records, accounts, articles and period paintings and artifacts, and the ...
Coming off our memorable visit to Maine, we arrived in Milford, New Hampshire at the home of friends Kimberly and Jordan Bullock on Friday, October 12th. I was trading Facebook messages with Kimberly up to the moment of our arrival, and she met us out on her porch late that night.
Milford is a cute little town about an hour Northwest of Boston. The houses mostly sit on hills above the center of town, which they call the Oval (even though it's triangular). The ...
... writing about this delicious meal.
Perfectly full, our next stop was the Boston Duck Tour. It sounded touristy and cheesy but multiple people and tripadvisor had suggested it so we decided to go for it--plus it would keep us off our feet for a bit. Caught the T to Prudential Stn--we caught the 1:30 tour. The unfortunate thing was, the duck had already started boarding and we weren't able to sit together ...
... br> Dinner was to be at Michael Mina Bourbon Steak restaurant in the Westin Hotel
We were cared for by a wonderful server named Sarah, who made 2 very tired people feel more relaxed.
As always a great meal
Barry -Gulf Shrimp & Avocado ‘ Louie ’ ecopia farm lettuces, sunflower sprouts, saltine crackers
Libby -Salt - Baked Beet Salad fresh burrata, ...
... when reading up for the Appalachian trail, that it takes the body about two to three weeks before becoming a lean, mean, hiking/climbing machine. No more defeatism--my determination has been renewed!
In preparation, I have also been purchasing supplies. Socks have been weighing heavily on my mind (I am still wondering if I have purchased enough? Does one ever have enough socks?). Equally exciting is another recent ...