The Summer of ‘20

Dear Reader, This morning when I pulled open the front door and stepped outside, I was greeted by a bright blue sky and crisp autumn air. While I was still dressed in shorts, I did have enough sense to put on a light cardigan after seeing that the morning temperature was a mere 57 degrees.... Continue Reading →

Day Tripping

Dear Reader, What is there to do in New Hampshire anyway? Although New Hampshire lies less than an hour north of Boston (where I live), aside from hiking and camping in the White Mountains, until recently, I did not find the state so alluring. In fact, it seems that Massachusetts draws people from New Hampshire... Continue Reading →

Next Stop Gloucester

Dear Reader, One of the things that I love about New England is that there are so many interesting towns and cities in close proximity to one another. This week, with the aid of a rental car, I had the opportunity to visit a small number of destinations within a two-hour driving distance of Boston.... Continue Reading →

City by the Sea

Dear Reader, Have you ever visited the City by the Sea? According to Wikipedia, this is a nickname for Newport, Rhode Island. Over the weekend, I had the pleasure of visiting this small city and I had some interesting takeaways from my experience. Before I share my observations and impressions, it is important to note... Continue Reading →

The Wheels on the Bus

Dear Reader, Are you a fan of weekend excursions? I certainly am. Near, far, or within my own city I enjoy traveling. This weekend my boyfriend and I traveled south to Newport to celebrate a nice weekend away. To get to our coastal, Rhode Island destination, we took a bus that departs from downtown Boston... Continue Reading →

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