The Maguire House B&B

Address: 30 Cobb Road, Ashburnham, Massachusetts, 01430, United States | 4 star b&b
 
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This 4 star B&B, located on 30 Cobb Road, Ashburnham, is near Midstate Trail.
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      Chelsea Boy's and Girl's Gathering

      A travel blog entry by sfotch on Apr 24, 2014

      27 photos

      ... that made for a grand meal with all eleven of us around their table. It was a great treat! Around the table was a lot of laughter and stories current and long ago. These friendships and our relationships are very important to Sheila and I.
      The plan for the next day is to go to the Icon Museum in Clinton Mass and later attend a concert at Mechanics Hall.
      We gathered at the ...

      Statistics and Awards

      A travel blog entry by gaduzabe on Sep 13, 2013

      5 comments, 3 photos

      ... directory of campgrounds and amenities) Most ridiculously hard Junior Ranger Program: Shenandoah National Park; have to 12 items and attend two ranger programs at a park where most people just drive through. We did not do this one. Hardest Junior Ranger Program that we did: Great Smokey National Park; 8 activities plus a ranger program and need to pick up a bag of trash. Easiest Junior Ranger Program: Carlsbad Caverns (if you have already done some ...

      The Last Hurrah

      A travel blog entry by janetandbobby on Mar 14, 2013

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... and John for lunch at the Trail's End cafe at Millbrook Tarry after our walk. It was gratifying to see her up and around, and serious about attaining full recovery and readiness for leading her walks in May. Good luck to her!

      It has been a challenge and a joy to substitute for Ginger this winter, and I thank all of you for your support in so many ways, your help with the map on those occasions when gabbing took over for leading, and your good cheer always.
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      Traipsing through the Industrial Revolution

      A travel blog entry by jdeak on Jun 21, 2011

      4 photos

      ... from fused spines because they have to stand in one place all day. OSHA, we need your equivalent in China!!

      There was also a neat exhibit about the boarding houses and the lives of some of the farmers' daughters who made up the first wave of workers in the 1830s. There is a lot of labor history in that area indeed. Katherine Paterson has several books on it, one of which I remember reading as a kid. Today I've been reading The ...

      House-sitter

      A travel blog entry by erikkathyhansen on May 14, 2010

      2 comments

      Avi Love is moving in to house-sit while we are road-tripping. It seems kind of weird to have someone stay in our home while we are away. But, it is probably kind of weird to the person staying in a home while the owners are away, too.

      Avi is a writer and director who is currently in rehearsals for a play to be staged at Regent Theater in Arlington. Sorry I don't ...