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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the New England Travel Site! These are the top ten articles that your New England Travel Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. Magical Menemsha in Chilmark
Of the many magical and enlightening experiences that I have had at Menemsha, a fishing village that sits on Chilmark Harbor of Martha's Vineyard island, one of them stands out in my memory. I had arrived at the island by boat to be wed on the beach of Menemsha at sunset. The harbor here is renown
2. Ellisville Harbor State Park
Walking along the cliffs above the Ellisville Harbor salt marsh, I startled a large Blue Heron into flight and then fumbled with my camera trying to get a photo of it. You can walk a mile long trail that leads to cliffs above a coastal beach where seals are frequently seen just offshore in winter.
3. Haunted History Tours Barnstable
Standing at the death’s doorway entrance of Cobb’s Hill cemetery in Barnstable Massachusetts, I shuffled my feet nervously as our tour guide explained why death’s doorways were a part of New England cemeteries built in the 1800s. The Puritans believed that....
4. Penobscot Bay Region Maine
On the western shores of Penobscot Bay in Maine you will fall in love with the quaint coastal town of Camden. Home of the lookout tower on Mt. Battie and many notable locations from the 1957 movie, Peyton Place,this entire region of Maine is packed full of great places to visit.
5. Free Desktop Wallpaper - Cape Cod
Free desktop wallpaper of Cape Cod for Personal Use.
6. Bike Path in Falmouth Massachusetts
The Shining Sea bike path in Falmouth Massachusetts is ten miles of scenic bliss that winds through woodlands, farmlands, salt marshes and along direct oceanfront beaches until you arrive at Woods Hole. One ride on this bike path and you'll understand why Cape Cod is a favorite destination of many.
7. New England Trips - Book Review
This travel guide presents 53 different trips in New England. What sets it apart from other guidebooks is its themed-based trips. Diner Diving, Connecticut Wine Trail, Book Hunting in the Pioneer Valley, 60 Lighthouses in 60 Hours and many more.
8. Free Desktop Wallpaper - Wildlife
Free desktop wallpaper birds & animals of New England for Personal Use.
9. Traffic Circles, Roundabouts and Rotaries
Learn how to navigate New England traffic circles, roundabouts and rotaries with ease.
10. Winter Travel in New England
Tips for winter travel in New England. If the temperature here is below 35 degrees Fahrenheit, a spring or fall jacket is not going to cut it. If you are traveling to cold climates with electronic devices, be aware that leaving them in the car over night may damage them.
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