Exeter Elms Family Campground
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Arrived in New Hampshire Tuesday, October 8th. Staying at Exeter Elms campground on 50 + wooded acres. Our site is on the Exeter River. What a view!! I can't see staying in a 5 star hotel, when you can be surrounded by God's beautiful natural earth. The fall leaves crunching under foot. Long hikes through the magical woods.
I tell you, on Wed …
Arrived and set up ready to open the campground. Life is good
... The Lions Club guys did a raffle drawing during each intermission and I think most of the tickets were sold to show folk who were trying to win...haha. Once again, the police were respectful and helpful and it was a pleasure having them there. The weather couldn't have been more beautiful and everyone was smiling.
We had another Ringling woman attend the show as our guest. It's been an honor to put on two different shows for some of the women who were ...
... the discomfort of driving the way I felt.
I don't know exactly what claim Rhode Island might have to call itself the 'Ocean State', but they do that. It's the smallest state of the USA, of course, and ironic that we'd been within just a few miles of it last time when we spent a night in Salem, New Hampshire.
By this time I simply knew I wasn't going to make it to Moncton in time so I decided to just do what I could ...
Greetings from the fabulous USA!
How time really does fly, I can't believe that I am heading into my fourth week in the United States, and the end of my first week of classes here at Endicott College in Beverly, MA. My time here so far has been absolutely incredible and in such a short time I have managed to learn so much about myself, the people around me and the American way of life and culture through my travels with Mum up the East Coast and my time so far on college.