Linden Tree Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... a bit kooky or bohemian! But apparently you would never know. We were also informed that Halloween originates from Ireland; something my mum had already made me aware of! It originated from the Paegan Halloween which was about the veil between the spirit and living word being open for one night so they would lay offerings to the dead in the hope that their crops would grow well the next year. The tradition of dressing up came from Ireland too as parents would dress their ...
... on hand and then made Phil a pancake snow man! After breakfast I started on my cookies. I had made three kinds at home and they are in the freezer here, and now I did 3 more kinds. We will take some to Tim, in the nursing home today, most will go to the guys in the family on Christmas and some to take to the Cape for New Years, dropping some off at Dick and Mary’s on the way. So it is now one pm and I just finished, read the paper, will take a shower and hope ...
... series and advance to the next league. Finally off to bed!
October 9, 2013-Wednesday—After breakfast we decided to hike a new, to me, area called Virginia Woods and it is part of the vast Middlesex Fells forested area. There are several large and small lakes and it adjoins at least 5 towns. This is one of the smallest sections of the Fells. At one time there was a town of Haywardville in these woods but all is gone now and you cannot even ...
... and Brian if we could stay another night.
We decided to get out of Boston and visit the coast at Rockport. We took the Amtrak train from North Station and after about an hour or so arrived at Rockport.
After a short walk around, we spent several hours just relaxing on the beach.
it was great just to chill ...
... subseqently also got "sick"), he suggested that it was likely a spiritual thing and the first girl named Tituba as the person who had made her ill. The girls then named other people as well. The whole thing then snowballed from there and eventually 200 of the 600 people in the village had been accused of being witches.
If someone was accused and refused to confess they were put to death (by hanging). The man ...