Martha's Vineyard Family Campground
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... br> On our way back along the lanes we passed a rather impressive mini-golf course and with knowing looks jumped out to commence the ‘Smith Sandwich Open’ in the glorious sun.
With 18 holes to complete over an assortment of bridges, churches, streams and even a Moby Dick whale, the game was on!
With Mrs Smith of Wandsworth in the lead after the first few holes the tension ...
Our Cape Cod experience is quite different to Cape May. While we have bikes available to us we can't cycle as the roads are narrow - no footpaths and no cycle lanes. There are bike trails around the Cape but we can't transport them in our rental car.
We can walk to 2 golf courses, can fish in the pond below our house but must tour by car. We found a really good natural history museum and a walk through ...
... opening to the public at 2:30 THAT AFTERNOON! The families of the crew and the passengers had been there in the morning for a private ceremony to dedicate the memorial. We had no idea of the humbling day the visit would be. As we stood in line at 3:00, we heard people talking to others in line that their son was one of the pilots of the plane!
The Visitor Center is a beautiful work of architecture. We learned that ...
Well, here we go. We're of on our annual trip to the middle of nowhere in Vermont, though this time were going to Canada too. Which means more driving, more packing, and more French.
We were supposed to learn some French over the last few months, but we really didn't listen to the tapes ...
... and settled into America but ,because Gosnold caught a disease and died, Gosnold is not accredited in the expedition. In the 1820s, once the country had secured its liberty, a huge fundamentalist revival swept America. Many puritans felt that with the expansions of cities, growth if business and prosperity that they were losing sight of God. Vineyarders had become very wealthy on whaling money and so doubted their sight of faith and God. In the summer of 1835 ...