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Month: September 2015

Minute Man National Historic Park-MA

Minute Man National Historic Park-MA

Yesterday, Craig and I took a trip to Minute Man NHP. It was only about 45 minutes away from us. It is a great day trip from Boston if you are visiting, or stop there if you are on a road trip in the North East. It is close to the Saugus Iron Works NHS, Salem Maritime NHS, pond installation to commemorate the place where the American Revolution started. Where “the shot heard round the world” was fired. It is…

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White Mountain National Forest-NH

White Mountain National Forest-NH

We went hiking this weekend in the White Mountains. We did around 8 miles of the Appalachian Trail and stayed overnight at the Zealand Falls Hut. It was great fun and we got some “unofficial” park stamps for our passport. The leaves have just started to turn and look beautiful.  

The Beehive Trail-Acadia National Park

The Beehive Trail-Acadia National Park

I wanted to try one of the iron rung trails at Acadia when we visited. I was not sure if I would be able to reach some of the rungs, but I figured if little kids had hiked some of the trails I could too! We decided on The Beehive because it was shorter than The Precipice Trail with more open views on the way up. Also, the line of parked cars near the Precipice was crazy on the day…

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A Few Great Pages to Keep Your Eye On

A Few Great Pages to Keep Your Eye On

I love these pages and the information they offer for travel in the USA! Discover America The Telegraph: Experience the USA like never before. I am also really looking forward to this IMAX movie. It looks like it will be released in 2016 now.  

Gloucester Schooner Fest and Stage Fort Park

Gloucester Schooner Fest and Stage Fort Park

New stamp from Gloucester, MA today! We also got several lighthouse stamps at the Salem Visitors Center on Saturday.                           

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