The Hermitage at Napeague
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... this and met some wonderful people who have become really good friends.
When we returned to Australia, we received some requests from people wishing to stay with us. Of course you don't have to accept these requests, but having had such a positive experience when we needed a host we decided it would be right to host other travellers requiring accommodation for a while.
One such request was received from Judy. It was great to ...
... attached but over the car park was a diner called Lucky 99. If you add our ages together it comes to 128 so we took that as a good sign and gave it a go. They were not FAOGCS certified but were as good as. They actually had meals without all those toxins so I was happy. A roast turkey and veggies (large serving but then every serving in America is large) for $12, and it was good.
1st day back in USA sort of.
Left Springfield and only ...
... a 368-foot collier (coal transport ship) underway from New York to Boston. Within 15 minutes Black Point had sunk in 100 feet of water less than 4 miles south of Point Judith. She was the last US-flagged merchant ship lost in World War II. Twelve men died, while 34 crew members were rescued. One of the rescuing ships sent a report of the torpedoing to authorities. The US Navy organized a "hunter-killer" group that included four ...
... by now and I would be that much more charming at dinner parties.
We saw the $30,000 Pilatus Cup in the big arena. McLain Ward won on Vocas, a horse with a wide white stripe in his tail but my favorite was a grey called Valdato who could jump an apartment building. I would give a lot to have him show up under my Christmas tree. While watching, I heard a college kid in (totally un-ironic) lime green shorts and a tangerine polo ...
... in the book of "100 Most Beautiful Villages of New England". The old part of town is small and nice to walk through with many historic old homes and none of Mystic’s crowds.
Westerly is Rhode Island’s southwestern most town and also a bit of a sailing and beach resort with a beautiful old hotel named Ocean House on a bluff overlooking the sea. I took a quick power walk along the beach and harbor in the crisp air and late afternoon sunlight ...