Courtyard by Marriott Portsmouth
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... 160; After checking out a few shops, we went to Bartley's Dockside for dinner. Shirley had their lobster roll and I had their shrimp scampi. Good eats! After saying good bye to Doug and Wendy, we drove back to the campground, but first we stopped at the vegetable stand where we bought corn, tomatoes, and blueberry crumble pie when we first arrived in Kennebunkport. ...
... exercise in today! When we got back, we needed nourishment, so we decided to have lunch at the Oarweed Restaurant. Shirley had their crab cakes and I had their seafood chowder. Both were very good and the beer was cold and hit the spot. We then drove back to the campground and grilled steaks for dinner. A pleasant change of pace from all the seafood we are ...
... off for a drive to see some of the sights in the area. We first stopped at the Nubble Lighthouse on Cape Neddick. On the way from the lighthouse to York Beach, we stopped at a small ice cream stand and got some tasty and refreshing treats. We then continued to York Beach and checked out several of the shops in the area. We also watched them making salt water ...
... other end in the van. It's a nice little walk, and a beautiful place, right on the beach. The weather is glorious. It's very quiet and people are chatting but mostly just wandering along in their own little worlds. We have only just met though. Give us a ...
... Great Migration.
In 1639, Endecott's was one of the signatures on the building contract for enlarging the meeting house in Town House Square for the First Church in Salem. This document remains part of the town records at City Hall. He was active in the affairs of the town throughout his life. Samuel Skelton was the first pastor of the First Church of Salem, which is the original Puritan church in North America. Endecott already had a close relationship ...