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... we went through Rhode
Island, stopping for lunch at a park (not the nicest area but safe
enough as long as we ate in sight of the RV) and onto Jellystone Park
in Sturbridge MA. The plan was two days here to recharge and shower
again. They have two pools, one free and one paid plus a few other
activities which we'll do tomorrow. It was hot enough to swim as very
hot so a few of us did in free pool while the rest of us enjoyed the
air conditioning ...
... at how little Plymouth Rock is. It’s about the size of a picnic basket. It’s situated on somewhat haphazardly raked sand, about 10 feet below the viewer. Dave commented, “I’d hire a better Japanese gardenerr.”
Speaking about the Mayflower II, in “At Sea with the Pilgrims,” Nathaniel Philbrick said, “Like most people, I was immediately struck by ...
... pass on the shoulder.” It was unnerving seeing cars zoom by on the right, then dash in front of us at the last minute because the shoulder disappeared. We pitied any person who might have to use that lane for a real breakdown.
As we passed the sign for Fall River, Dave started singing, “Yesterday in old Fall River, Mr. Andrew ...
... The kids thought it was pretty cool and we got to see two movies for $33.00.
We feel like we've done everything we wanted to do here in Cape Cod so we are heading home tomorrow. That way we'll still have the weekend to relax before I have the little rascals running around the house.
It's been ...
... got to light a candle for our loved ones who had passed. another evening we went to see kate clinton, she was funny as usual. i hate leaving provincetown but i am looking foward to seeing nantuckut and martha's vineyard. there were so many gay people in provincetown, it felt like we were the majority and the straights were the minority. it felt nice to be the majority for a ...