Salisbury Beach State Reservation Campground
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9-22-15 - Tuesday
Day in camp, warm clothes shopping and hours at Verizon getting a new phone set up. Our crockpot, pot roast made for a cozy evening.
9-23-15 - Wednesday
Boston Harbor Boating Day!
A business associate of Dex's lives west of Boston and we invited him and his wife to join our boating adventure. We drove to Salem, MA, and caught a commuter train to North Station where ...
... at the border crossing to find out where the first campground was. (It was about a mile away with all the turns.)
Right after setting up camp Mike took the dogs for a little stroll. He returned just minutes later, soaked! I don't remember ever seeing it rain so hard so fast! There was even some more hail in it!
We are supposed to have snow/hail all night. Amazing!
... and cruised the river for just under an hour seeing the same sights from a different perspective. Next we got back on the bus to see a few more of the sights, driving over the river and past Fenway park where the Boston red socks were playing baseball tonight. We finally got off the bus, after getting stuck in a traffic jam and getting very cold on the open bus, and travelled back to the B and B on the ...
... for a bit. My objection to it is the battery goes down toooooo fast! We went to the movies and saw '12 years a slave’, an excellent movie. Going home an impatient car driver insisted on flying past us as we stopped at a yellow light, and as he flew across the red light intersection a cop was on the side street and was on his tail so fast we could not believe it!! Yea! We dined at Felicia’s and met three guys-one from the South, one from Portland Ore and ...
... cent counts!!! We walked back to the metro and went for dinner at Quincy market had a curry which was lush, wandered down to the waterfront for a bit and then got the metro back to the local station walked back this time instead of the bus. Actually feels really safe here still, even though you know you're not in downtown Boston anymore - got to be up early tomorrow to get the megabus to New ...