Martha’s Vineyard is a popular tourist destination for people all over the world. Celebrities, politicians, and other rich and powerful people frequent the beautiful beaches and scenic landscapes. As a result of its popularity and well to do visitors, Martha’s Vineyard is by no means a cheap destination. Even with living in New England my whole life, I have only visited the island a couple of times, and each time was only a day trip. Having said all that, you’d think staying for an extended period of time is out of the question if you have a limited budget,...Read More
Being able to get away can be so relaxing. Living in New England, we are spoiled with the number of choices of destinations. While some spots are heavily marketed as “the” place to go, you may be overlooking some lesser hyped locations. We’d like to shine our spot light on the smallest of states Rhode Island. Although it is small in size, it doesn’t mean there isn’t a lot to do and see. Here are just some of the things we found that made our trip to Rhode Island a great weekend getaway. Avoid the Rush Driving to...Read More
One hike in particular stands out as being very strenuous yet absolutely beautiful on the list of New Hampshire’s 48 4,000 foot mountains. The hike of the Bond Mountains is 19.5 miles and goes over three or four of the 4,000 foot mountains depending on the route taken. With limited time off we rarely have two days in a row to hike, so the 4th of July holiday weekend was perfect for a backpack of this hike. A great forecast of unseasonably cool weather for July and little chance of rain we knew there wouldn’t be a better time for the...Read More
There is a wonderful transformation going on throughout New England. Many parks and recreational reservations are seeing a revitalization take place. Towns and cities are trying to encourage people of all ages to get out of their homes, put down their electronics, and simply get some fresh air. We love parks and are always looking for someplace to visit, explore, and just enjoy. Fortunately for us, we don’t have to go very far to enjoy one of our favorite parks, Mine Falls Park in Nashua, New Hampshire. If you have never heard of it, we’ll share why Mine Falls is...Read More
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