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Travel Blogs from Newport
We were heading south, a great relief to know that we are finally making our way into yard period, and then Caribbean. We sailed past many beautiful places, mainly along Maine, Massachusetts. We sailed in the ocean for two days, which was quite scary, especially when the boat heeled over so much that you had to hold on to whatever possible. Quite impossible to serve under these conditions.
As we arrived in ...
... on the island...spent about three hours on the tour...when that was over we did some site-seeing on our own, had dinner and hopped on the early evening ferry in hopes of getting in a wee bit earlier so we'll have enough energy for yet another long day, LOL. Whew ...
... legally harvestable clams are called countnecks, the next size up are littlenecks, then topnecks. Above that are the cherrystones, and the largest are called quahogs or chowder clams.
This is VERY DIFFERENT from what is called a "Steamer". A "Steamer" is a soft shell clam that is also called a Long Neck Clam. We first accidentally ordered ...
... The fresh lobster in tanks almost made me want to ignore the advice I received to eat elsewhere. Probably not that the food was bad, but you just could do better.
We then began our New England Cuisine tour at "The Mooring". Casey had decided she would sample the New England Clam Chowder all along our vacation sites. Not being a big fan of the chowder, ...
Leg 17--2 Days, 285 miles
Total Miles to Date--6119
Google Map included--A to B, 79 miles, overnight at Taunton Elks Lodge, B to C day trip in Honda, C to D 206 miles, arrive at Gators.
Sunday afternoon left Eastham for Taunton. It was only about a ...