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1. Beach Flies That Bite
Some practical advice on how to avoid getting bit by flies at New England beaches.
2. Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad Turkey Dinner Train
I like trains. I’ve been on many scenic train rides, so I knew what to expect on the Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad. Or so I thought. My experience “riding the rails” on this Meredith, NH railroad greatly exceeded my expectations.
3. 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
4. King Richard’s Faire
Amid the forests of Carver Massachusetts, in the months of October to September, a very special event is held each year. There is no pavement here, only dirt paths that wind their way past castle gates, cottages and jousting tournaments with knights on real horses. Come see our King Richard's Faire
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6. America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Celebration
As I stood under the huge flag that waved proudly in the breeze above the “America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Celebration” in Plymouth Massachusetts, I had tears welling up in my eyes several times. The show being put on at the bandstand was moving, inspiring and certainly entertaining.
7. The Providence Children's Museum
The Providence Children's Museum is Rhode Island’s best indoor playground and a great place for children from age 1-11 to learn about a wide array of subjects while climbing, building, burrowing and sliding through different brightly colored environments.
8. Ashumet Holly Reservation
Ashumet Holly Reservation is 45 acres of preserved land with a large circular walkway of well-groomed paths that span a little more than two miles. There are many plants and trees here including over a thousand holly trees of eight different species. This is also a great area for bird watching.
9. Drive Up Mount Washington
Hot and humid? The top of Mount Washington will cool you off. And yes, you can drive there!
10. Boating & Pets New England Style
Here in New England, we take our boating, and our pets very seriously. Many of us see no reason not to combine the two. People often wonder about how difficult that might be, and for sure, it isn’t for everyone. I have no idea what other parts of the country are like, but here we take em with us.
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