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... walked along Main Street. This large urn of flowers sits in front of a lively restaurant. Water fountain.
Keeping the ocean in our view, Rich noticed snails on this rock by an inlet. Through the gates was this view.
This is a picture of the Ogunquit Library, all made out of stones. More flowers in front of a small cafe. ...
... This is a picture of Jolly the Trolley. All the trolleys are named _olly. There is Molly, Holly, Jolly, Polly, etc.
We walked along looking at the landscape. Walking over a bridge, we spotted this neat formation of rocks with a stream running through them.
We have picked out our new home and this one is it!. I cannot even imagine ...
... to Kennebunkport so I try and avoid the hills.
The weather was going to become compromising by 2p with thunderstorms moving in. So we figured it would be best to go back to the Inn and have lunch at the pub there. We each had a beer and Rich had a chicken salad wrap and I had the special of the day, a bbq chicken sandwich. We enjoyed ...
You can find a lot of good info on the web about the witch trials...but a few things we learned. There was Salem Town dominated by tradesmen and sailors, and Salem VIllage, dominated by strict ...
... having been converted by him, and Endecott considered him as his spiritual father.
Roger Conant died in 1679, at the age of 87; a large statue commemorating him stands overlooking Salem Common. Salem originally included much of the North Shore, including Marblehead. Most of the accused in the Salem witch trials lived in nearby "Salem Village", now known as Danvers, although a few lived on the outskirts of Salem. Salem Village also included Peabody ...