Aug 162012
 

In a blog I wrote exactly one month ago today titled Lots To See And Do, I reported that while coming across Interstate 86 in New York the road was so rough that one of the hubcaps had bounced off the dual wheels on our motorhome. I said that when we got back to Elkhart […]

Aug 052012
 

We have had a good time visiting New England and seen some awesome places while we’ve been here. But our time is about up for this visit and I thought I would share my perspective on this part of the county from an RVer’s point of view. First of all, if you come to this […]

Aug 042012
 

Yesterday was another busy day of playing tourist. I’ll tell you what, being on a permanent vacation is hard work! 🙂 We spent the day touring Old Sturbridge Village, a look at life in rural New England in about 1830. The village is a collection of old buildings moved here from all over New England, […]

A Mystical Day

 Posted by at 1:29 am  Nick's Blog
Aug 032012
 

We were up and out the door early yesterday morning, to make the 90 minute drive south to Mystic Seaport, Connecticut. This was one place I have wanted to visit for as long as I can remember, and I’m so happy we finally got there. If you haven’t been to Mystic Seaport, it is a […]

Aug 012012
 

We were up very early again yesterday morning, which is starting to become a habit with us. A nasty habit that we need to nip in the bud! But it was worth it, because we had a very busy day and a lot of fun too! We left the campground about 9:30 AM and drove […]

Jul 312012
 

We wanted to get an early start yesterday, so we were up by 7:30 AM and getting ready to hit the road. Since the RV sites at the Gateway to Cape Cod Outdoor World Resort were pretty tight, we were a little concerned about being able to get out and past the heavy duty pickup […]

Jul 252012
 

Sometime early yesterday morning a nasty thunderstorm swept through the campground with rain, lightning, and thunder that sounded like an artillery barrage. It was good to be nice and cozy in our snug house on wheels while the storm raged outside. Since we planned to stay home anyway, we weren’t in a big hurry to […]

Jul 232012
 

We spent yesterday exploring historic New Bedford, Massachusetts, known as “the city that lit the world.” For over 100 years, ships from New Bedford dominated the whaling industry worldwide, the oil they harvested from the giants of the deep used to light lamps and lubricate sensitive equipment around the globe. We started our visit with […]

Jul 212012
 

I think Terry and I agree that yesterday was one that we will remember for a long, long time. I mean, how often do you get to spend a day playing with the Pilgrims? Plimoth Plantation, in Plymouth, Massachusetts is a living history museum where visitors can meet costumed interpreters to get a feel for […]

Another Day At Home

 Posted by at 12:03 am  Nick's Blog
Jul 202012
 

We thought that we would get to play tourist yesterday, but the fast-moving storm system that came through the region the day before was followed up by a steady rain that fell all night long and well into the morning. Neither one of us really wanted to go out in that kind of weather, so […]