Courtyard by Marriott Portsmouth
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... toured The House of Seven Gables, from the story by Hawthorne of the same name. We learned that Hawthorne grew up there, and his great great grandfather was John Hathorne who was one of the witch trial judges who sent most of the condemned to the gallows. Nathanial was so troubled by this that he added a "w" to his name to distance himself. Notice the photo ...
... rather than currently across schools and states. Maybe they’re even plusher in
higher tax states. I don’t know; I’ve visited a lot of college campuses in
recent years but mostly view things from the outside rather than inside the
College tuition has risen across America at rates a multiple
of overall inflation over the last three decades. There are many contributing
factors to this phenomenon that have been discussed ...
After leaving my stepson at the airport and spending two and a half hours in the 'rush hour' traffic getting to Connecticut I had a nice little visit with Nick Tiberio.
Nick has a passion for old Chryslers and has been keen to help us with my nephew, Ben, and his project. He phoned me back just in time for me to drop off the freeway and go to his place.
Even though there's a mass of trophies there, ...
We made our way up to Salem, New Hampshire in early October of firstie year to watch the Army-Boston College football game. Knep and I drove up to Nick Miles' house, where we stayed along with Cody and Emily, Nick and Tara, and Alex Ganz. We hung out at Nick's on Friday night, ...
... People generally believed witchcraft to be real. Nothing caused more fear in the Puritan community than people who appeared to be possessed by demons, and witchcraft was a serious felony. Judge Hathorne is the best known of the witch trial judges, and he became known as the "Hanging Judge" for sentencing witches to death.
Anyway, tomorrow we head up further into the state of Maine. A few pictures from today.
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Caroline & Les ...