Travel Blogs from Centerville
... Water and Mexican Hat, AZ
Truth or Consequences
We learned and reinforced so many lessons along the way. Mark Twain summed up one the most poignant ones when he said,
"Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely. Broad, wholesome, charitable views can not ...
... spectacular it would be in the fall...there's no doubt that's how it got its reputation. Although we originally had aspirations of visiting Vermont - just to say we'd been there - our plans changed...yet again. A trip to the largest lake in New Hampshire, Lake Winnipesaukee, was next on our ad hoc agenda for the day. We took in gorgeous views from Center Harbor and Meredith, both of which were cozy little lake towns, and then ...
... sand away, so people can see the rock again. The year 2020 is the 400 anniversary of the Pilgrims landing on Plymouth Rock. The town has already started to prepare for this occasion. They are expecting the Queen of England, the current President of the United States and an additional 2 million tourists that year. Another random act of kindness. A man had locked some public bathrooms for the night but unlocked them so Jamie could use the restroom before heading back to ...
Due to suggestions by the locals last night, we drove up to Provincetown today. On the way stopped off at the beach for awhile at some sand dunes. Freezing for a swim, but kids had fun with the sand hills. Now Provincetown. Quite quirky and very busy. And this weekend happened to be some kind of Lesbian mardi gra weekend. So was a bit of an eye opener for the kids. Being last night here, we had to have lobster. Yummy ...
... so we go for outside option, but bloody cold!! Did get inside after dinner though for a couple of coldies. Got chatting with some locals until we had to leave because of curfew with the kids. So technically, we didn't get kicked out, the kids ...