Travel Blogs from Rockport, United States

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A day by the sea side, Rockport, United States travel blog

A day by the sea side

A travel blog entry by alnjo

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... and visit the coast at Rockport. We took the Amtrak train from North Station and after about an hour or so arrived at Rockport. After a short walk around, we spent several hours just relaxing on the beach. it was great just to chill having spent two days ...

rockport seafair, Rockport, United States travel blog

rockport seafair

A travel blog entry by chrisfranks

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in rockport. caught up on overhauls and repairs, we are setting sail for freeport texas by the end of the week, weather permitting.     rockport has large ice cream cones, herons, eastern oysters.  more to come. we're underway soon. love to ...

Who wants to eat North Atlantic LOBSTER, Rockport, United States travel blog

Who wants to eat North Atlantic LOBSTER

A travel blog entry by crisanddavid

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... peaceful version of Cape Cod. The whole cape was originally an artist's colony and the individual cottages in the town of Rockport showcase original artworks of all varieties. A most unique village, a little touristy,but beautiful pieces. We hired a ...

Off to Corpus Christi, Rockport, United States travel blog

Off to Corpus Christi

A travel blog entry by bzaucha

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Very nice wooded park. ...

Hot Birding Action - Birding and BBQ in Rockport, Rockport, United States travel blog

Hot Birding Action - Birding and BBQ in Rockport

A travel blog entry by chrisleslie

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Christine and Mark the amazing hosts they are have booked us a Whooping crane tour leaving from Rockport. These birds are #2 on the most endangered list (#1 being the California Condor, which may I add we saw at the "World Center for Birds of Prey" ...

A MILLION $ CAMPSITE, Rockport, United States travel blog

A MILLION $ CAMPSITE

A travel blog entry by joanandlarry

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GOOSE ISLAND STATE PARK   .   .   .   . CAMPING RIGHT ON THE WHITE SAND BEACH Long fishing pier - no fishing license needed when staying in the park.   White sand beach, fishing, biking, bird watching, ...

Rockport, Rockport, United States travel blog

Rockport

A travel blog entry by eric_marie_lou

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Nous avons quitté Galveston ce matin pour aller à Rockport Texas. Il y avait des alertes de vents violents en vigueur, alors nous en avons profité pour passer une nuit à l'hôtel. Nous sommes allés souper au Boiling pot. Spécialité, crabes, ...

Heading for Canada, Rockport, United States travel blog

Heading for Canada

A travel blog entry by nodak

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We started our morning with a very nice breakfast that included fresh homemade banana bread and blueberry muffins. We knew we had a very busy day and more than likely would be late in getting into St. John as we followed highway 1 all the way up the ...

THE BBQ, Rockport, United States travel blog

THE BBQ

A travel blog entry by joanandlarry

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... a Chamber of Commerce favorable to small business that drew them to the area.   When asked if they had ever been to Rockport before coming with nothing but their children and a 5th wheel on their back, Carrie smiled broadly and said “no, but ...

1,000 miles!, Rockport, United States travel blog

1,000 miles!

A travel blog entry by bfrogjules

Wow, 1000 miles already.  We just saw some magic ringneck pheasants in a field, an adult with 2 young 'uns.    They completely vanished when I pulled out my camera to get what I thought was going to be a cool pic.  The magic ...

Escaping the cold in South Texas, Rockport, United States travel blog

Escaping the cold in South Texas

A travel blog entry by rpitts9

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Real nice State Park. Stayed in Site 31 on the beach, cold and windy unable to enjoy site. Moved to the woods site 118 after 2 nights.  Traffic good going down, beach site only good if weather is good.  Wooded sites more private and out of ...

Cape Ann, Rockport, United States travel blog

Cape Ann

A travel blog entry by sarafish

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Drove and walked around Rockport. Took pictures of the famous red fish house known in "Motif No. 1". Even got to talk to a lobster trapper (non-commercial) about how his traps work. Sounds like lobster gathering is his "golf" time out on the water...he ...

AROUND ROCKPORT, Rockport, United States travel blog

AROUND ROCKPORT

A travel blog entry by joanandlarry

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... the day we visited.     CAPANO CAUSEWAY the UNIQUE LIGHTED FISHING PIER The Capano Bay bridge connects the towns of Rockport and Fulton with Goose Island State Park. The unique causeway pier, open in the center for boats and ships to pass, ...

Geburtstagsausflug, Rockport, United States travel blog

Geburtstagsausflug

A travel blog entry by moeller

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Wikipedia-Eintrag zu Rockport ...

In My Footsteps: Rockport, Mass., Rockport, United States travel blog

In My Footsteps: Rockport, Mass.

A travel blog entry by cjsetterlund

... destroy all of the liquor in town.  The reason for this was the fact that although fishing was a tremendous industry for Rockport, the Northeast’s weather only permitted it for nine months out of the year.  The other three months were ...

Day 1: Marblehead, Salem, Gloucester, Rockport, Rockport, United States travel blog

Day 1: Marblehead, Salem, Gloucester, Rockport

A travel blog entry by steffie1112

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... sit on and just look out over the water. So serene. It is one of mine and Josh's favorite spots in Massachusetts. I drove from Rockport and passed through Newburyport. Not much to do here, so I just took a few pictures of the local church and then left. ...

Goose Island State Park, Rockport, United States travel blog

Goose Island State Park

A travel blog entry by paulandginny

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... Peters car! The wind just about ripped the car door off. Although the cold persisted, we got togged up and went into Rockport to the Education Centre where we saw a really interesting show with a six foot rotating globe which looked like it suspended in ...

Rockport, TX, Rockport, United States travel blog

Rockport, TX

A travel blog entry by ironworker025

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We stopped at Rockport to wait for some mail. It was a nice park, really big, over 500 sites. We were in the section where the lots were really big, lots of trees. We paid $17.50 per night, that is 50% off the $35 rate with our Passport America ...

Absolutely Breathtaking, Rockport, United States travel blog

Absolutely Breathtaking

A travel blog entry by comsensedude

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We have been coming to the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens for three or four years now.  Each year, new areas are added, each besting the last.  We met Gregg & Judy Lozanoff and Steve and Rachel there and enjoyed showing them around. ...

Aug 23, 2013, Rockport, United States travel blog

Aug 23, 2013

A travel blog entry by petrastravel

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Mazama to Rockport, Rockport, United States travel blog

Mazama to Rockport

A travel blog entry by mlparker27

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Traversing many high passes through cascades national ...

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