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I am officially a leaf peeper! That is somebody who travels around just to look at the autumn leaves. And they have been fairly spectacular,although not quite at their peek. They have web sites dedicated to the changing of the leaves and it all depends on the weather. They have had a mild autumn so far, so the leaves are a little late
... to tennis legends, and worthy of a return trip to watch the tournament one day.
We strolled around the stunning neighbourhood of normal houses, heading back to the club around midday to get changed. As we rounded the corner, I saw a Grand Banks boat tied up alongside the club pier. I grabbed Lou’s phone to head down and take a few pics, only to find that Bernadette and Larry were on board, and welcomed me to have a look at 'Mercurius', their 46’ pleasure ...
Day 48. Rhode Island When we picked up our car the man behind the counter asked where were going - to see the Autumn fall - why, there are trees outside - exactly, can we go home now. Hum. We went to Plymouth, saw the Mayflower and the Plymouth Rock. Then onto Newport and the Burbankrose Guest House. The guest house is a very old, like very old, the stairs are so steep, ...
... how the sun does that! It's also funny how thirsty for a refreshing drink you become when you are surrounded by so much water! So with the thought and sound of a fizzy can popping open they turned on their heels and retraced their steps back into town.
As they wandered around town trying to find a bar with a view, they happened to stumble across some very cool albeit ...
... where she has since dominated the waterfront at Chubb’s Wharf.
The JOSEPH CONRAD veteran training ship,sailed under three flags before mooring permanently at Mystic Seaport in 1947. Built in Copenhagen in 1882 and named Georg Stage as a memorial to the young son of Frederik Stage, a prominent ship owner, the 111-foot vessel, one of the smallest full-rigged ships built in modern times, was designed to accommodate eighty ...