Shells By The Sea B&B
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... campsites of our trip, in a County park… very clean and grassy, with paved roads and shower/restroom a few meters away. The campground is maybe one fifth full, so there are no other occupied sites to be seen from this one. It is also the cheapest site we have ever had, at $20. We don’t have any hookups, nor wifi, so this posting will just have to grow longer and longer before you get it.
Our drive today was from the southern fork of the eastern ...
... we left to go back to the hotel, and after driving several miles realized we were going the wrong way and turned around, got on the wrong road, found the right road again....by then my head was going south but the car was going north and I had absolutely no idea where the hotel was, what the name of our hotel was or if we would ever see our stuff again. Fortunately Armando finally got us home.
... s – and of course its such an American icon so we had to have one – sorry WW ladies! I had Salted Caramel Blondie and the other one which I always associate with B and J – Cherry Garcia. Gosh its good! Then it was into Starbucks for some free wifi and I got a couple of day’s worth of blog uploaded and checked a few emails.
We’d read that the No 67 bus would take us out to the Bellevue Mansions ...
... and white water rafting and have had travelled all round the world in pursuit of their hobbies, and the South Africans are now retired after having their own business manufacturing BBQs.
We’d hoped to be finished dinner in time for the 8pm show in the theatre but that didn’t happen so it was almost 9pm when we finished dinner and headed up to the Crows Nest where the karaoke was on. Can’t say the ...
After morning exercise, Jane and I drove to a needlepoint store in Barrington, RI. The Picket Fence was a quaint little needlepoint store. We enjoyed the drive, lovely scenery along the coast. After lunch at the Black Pearl, Jane, Buddy & I drove around the area to see the historic mansions. Later in the afternoon, Larry and I enjoyed a drink at the oldest bar in the US and saw one of the oldest churches. Dinner at The Mooring was ...