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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. 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.
3. 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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5. Colt State Park Rhode Island
I love flying kites and there is no better place in New England for kite flying than Colt State Park in Rhode Island.
There are six picnic groves available with approximately 300 picnic tables, ten open playfields for baseball, soccer, croquet, badminton and volleyball.
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. New England Gorges
Gorgeous gorges in New England you can take a hike in and around.
9. 4th of July New England Clambake
When I was a kid my family had a great annual tradition for the 4th of July.
Corn on the cob, clams, lobsters, sausages and potatoes were thrown into the pit and then the kids got to throw more seaweed in.
It was a magical time full of American flags, sparklers, hearty food and real comradery.
10. Mashpee Commons Great Shopping
The Mashpee Commons is an outdoor shopping village in Mashpee Massachusetts and it is known to locals simply as "The Commons". What The Commons excels at is unique gifts. There are more specialty gift stores here than anything else. It is a wonderful shopping experience.
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