Dunes' Edge Campground
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... day though windy and chilly on the boat. Martha's Vineyard, sometimes shortened to The Vineyard, is know as a summer colony for the rich and famous.
Our visit included a bus tour with Alfred, our driver/guide, around the island which is only 100 square miles. He was ...
... saved someones bucket from floating away.
MICAH: I liked the crabs
EDEN: I liked drifting on the boogie boards with the tide
POP POP: enjoyed playing catch with Carter and the others.
HEE WEE: People yesterday and today commented on our 'operation' with 6 grand kids. A group today said I was the ultimate grand ma!
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Directions: Norris Reservation: From Rt. 3 take Exit 12, turn left at Church St., take 1st left onto Old Oak St. Continue onto Union St., follow for 3.3 miles, continue onto Bridge St. Turn left at ...
... the number of old wooden churches. They are on almost every corner and shows how religious the old areas of town must have been in the past. Day 234 Thursday 24 August 2006 Didn't do much today as there a lot of odds and sods needed to be done before heading on back to Canada tomorrow. Boston was certainly different to other places I have been in ...
... point...that we all wanted our free samples. They passed around three types, and all were great. Then we went to the bar to get our complimentary glasses rinsed, but the bartender rinsed it w/ another beer. And then for some reason we were "chosen" to partake in the heavenly concoction of a drink that was 50 proof, and no it wasn't a shot, it was actually a beer. Smooth and strong. Good old Sam Adams... Klenske Ink. Travel ...