2017-10

Travel

Birthplace of the US National Guard – Salem

We were staying in Boston during October 31st.  Salem, MA was 23 miles away.  Where else were we going to go for Hallowe...
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Serenity – Pawtuckaway State Park

After Portland, we needed a little pick me up, something camping always provides.  Though the weather was starting to ex...
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Over a Third of Maine Lives Here – Portland

After our first night of ninja camping, we celebrated with a breakfast using the money that would otherwise have gone to...
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Rockefeller’s Teeth – Acadia National Park

As one of the US' oldest and most storied national parks, Acadia most certainly merited a visit.  Add to that the claim ...
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Assuming it was Tours – St. Martins Sea Caves

We took the trip from Cape Breton to the US border in stages, most notably stopping in Saint John to rest and see the St...
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Gaelic Bayou Country on the Radio – Cape Breton

Over the month that we traveled around Northeastern Canada, several people recommended Cape Breton.  We hesitated as doi...
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Land Cradled in the Waves – Prince Edward Island

With Northeastern Canada surrounding us, there was no way that we could be so close to Prince Edward Island without visi...
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Withsanding, the Test of Tide – Hopewell Rocks

There's really not a whole lot going on in Moncton itself.  Moncton seems to exist because the surrounding area has very...
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World’s Longest Tunnel Bridge – New Brunswick

With heavy hearts we left Quebec and drove North towards Nova Scotia and Price Edward Island.  We had yet to see some tr...
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The One With the Accent – Québec

I want to live in Quebec. The above sentence pretty much sums up the entirety of my feelings for the city: this post ...
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