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Having had quite enough of winter, yak tracs, frozen garage doors, ice dams, single lane roads and sub freezing tempertures we decided to leave a day early and get outta town and head to warmer climes. Drove around NYC on the Merritt Parkway to the New Jersey Turnpike. Made it as far as Richmond Virginia and heavy commuter traffic around DC and Richmond before stopping for the ...
... with his humorous descriptions of island life. Alfred dropped us off in Edgartown for lunch and shopping. John and I had an excellent meal at the Sea Shanty---lobster bisque for me, clam chowder for John and a seafood platter to share. I found a Martha's Vineyard T shirt I liked, purchased a few post cards and John found a wine store.
... Very difficult to get good photographs, though.
When we got to Plymouth, established in 1620 and sometimes called "America's hometown, we had some time to wander and take some pictures. Some in our group toured the Mayflower II but we had been there, done that in 2009. We had NOT gotten the t-shirt, however, and wouldn't you know, we ended up buying t-shirts on this trip! Postcards were our ...
... mailed me with news of their nuptuals, some weirdo fb'd linking me in his school feed and it stated he was following me erm....................never heard of him and if I did go to school with him I don't think I ever spoke to him!! Also George e-mailed to say he was coming back tomorrow and that he missed me and loved me and was very sorry for any upset he may have caused.
So my evening has been spent, showering, and then I went to the market across the road ...
... elegant Hadwen house was built in the mid 19th century and was a beautiful representation of Greek Revival architecture. The 20th century house was a bit of a misnomer. It was actually built much earlier as a barn. When the town outgrew agriculture around 1930, the place was sold to 2 artist sisters as a summer residence. They rehabilitated the structure and built lovely gardens almost as an extension of the house.
The tour ended about 3 and we were back on the ...