The Blue Inn At North Fork
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... been so out of it. I'm exhausted and I need me time, time with friends etc. it's so hard here because I feel so self conscious about my body, my stretch marks, veins, my freckles etc. Why do we have to feel this way. I know what kind of man I want in my life one day, but I need to be worthy of him, physically, mentally, financially and emotionLy. Ooohhh PS: Me and the seven year old had an amazing day today playing monopoly. First time we truly got ...
... the interchange at East Haven cause we may have taken the wrong exit (twice) and had to 'make a legal u-turn where possible and return to the designated route'. Geoff doing well with the right-hand side of the road driving but pretty tired cause it takes a lot of concentration. The B&B was nice and had a lovely view from our window across a small beach and bay. Owners were very friendly and helped us decide what to do in the next 4 days. Dinner, beach walk, bed. Surprise ...
This was our last stop over as we drove to Massachusetts from Mexico. Only about 2 hours left &127 miles to go to get to New Bedford, MA, but we wanted to get a full nights rest and we wanted to arrive earlier in the day.
The entire trip will have taken us 10 days, 89 hours of driving time, 3, 000 miles. We dry docked 5 times at Walmarts, gas stations and 1 Chinese buffet restaurant parking lot, 1 hotel in Mexico and 4 RV Parks in the U.S.
... girl, Sophia, who met Lincoln for the first time today. They were so cute together. I know they'll both be walking and causing trouble by the end of the summer.
It was a great last full day of our vacation. We are very sad for it to end tomorrow. We plan to take our time packing up to head home. Back to the grind on Monday.
Thank you to all who followed us along our journey!! We can't wait for our next camping adventure!
... tribe that lived and thrived along the inland waterways. Like so many Indian nations, the Poquatuck has been relegated to a "pre-history" status. There’s precious little record left of this "Orient Point" area having ever been their home. We've seen a lot of the "pre-history" term during our travels massaged into situations like this. It is, seemingly, applied to distasteful sores of the past, such as "occupation" or "incursion" or "genocide" like a soothing balm, a ...