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Today we had out pack out survey. Took a walk through of the house and pointed out what was going in which direction. Weird to think most of our stuff will be in storage for the next 3 years. Roscoe has be reassured at all of his stuff and Gwen's stuff will be coming to Korea with us. He also knows that his bed ...
... here in NE Massachusetts to visit my niece and family, which we did. Sunday, Sraddha was still feeling under the weather so I joined LZ, Paul and little Zana for a outing. We scrambled up a "mountain" called Blue Hill with 4 yr old, Zana, the budding mountain climber. Up and over, then up and back over. We were having fun! See the photos. We celebrated at a local asian food (Japanese and Thai) place nearby then I went back to RV to keep ...
... sunshine, but the rain is badly needed here. We did a few errands this morning including buying duct tape to get our damaged bag home. We have to file our claim with the Auckland airport Air New Zealand office. We had lunch with our dear friends Lanie and Jay Keystone at an Italian restaurant called Fuso in downtown Vacaville, and I did a load of laundry at their house. I was starting to fade by late afternoon; so we bought a ...
... We may have to consider activating the "avoid toll roads" option on the GPS!
We went to a tourist information centre when we first hit Massachusetts and were told that there really aren't any campgrounds within about a 30 minute radius of Boston. We decided on a place called Littleton which is 45 minutes from Boston and about an hour from Salem. We have reliable wifi at this site ...
... the half-way point, we looked out over Grassy Pond from the trail - oops, no photo of this one either - and noted that it is not only much smaller (7 acres) than Nagog Pond, but it is in a different stage of its development. Another naturally-occuring kettle hole, like so many around here, this one exhibits bog characteristics. No more than 15 feet deep, this pond evidences a gradual invasion of acid-loving plants like pitcher plants, ...