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Attraction of the Week: Sea Glass Beach in Ft. Bragg, California

Ft. Bragg, California, located on the beautiful Mendocino coast, is home to the highest concentration of Sea Glass in the world. Sea Glass Beach, as it is nicknamed due to the vast quantity found, is a must-see for any avid collector. Because of its’ former history as the town’s trash dumping site, this beach is […]

Rhode Island’s Jack O’Lantern Halloween Spectacular: Over 5000 Unique Artistic Creations!

After watching a “Halloween Crazier” special on the Travel Channel, Mike & I knew we had to make a trip over to Roger Williams Park Zoo in Providence, Rhode Island for the annual Jack O’Lantern Spectacular Event. This amazing artistic event held every October features over 5000 intricately carved pumpkins. The Pumpkin Trail As you […]

A Christmas Story: Touring the Cleveland House

Ralphie’s bunny suit…the leg lamp….the red ryder bb gun…Who hasn’t seen the timeless Christmas classic which now runs 24 hours on TBS starting every Christmas Eve evening? I watch “A Christmas Story” at least once every holiday season! Who can forget all the memorable lines and narration! “A Christmas Story” house tours in Cleveland When […]

Gloucester: Visiting Crow’s Nest, The location of “The Perfect Storm”

The Crow’s Nest is the bar featured in the movie, “The Perfect Storm.” The actual bar was not used for the movie because the ceilings were too low for the cameramen, however, a replica set was made in Hollywood. Cast members such as George Clooney and Mark Wahlberg hung out at the actual Crow’s Nest […]

The Magnificent Redwood Trees of California

I recently put together a photo book from my trip to the Redwood National Park and the Trees of Mystery attraction in Klamath, California. These trees are absolutely breathtaking and worth making the trip out to see! The Trees of Mystery attraction is often called a “tourist trap,” however, I had a great time and […]

Plymouth’s Historic Burial Hill: History & Beauty Rolled into One

Old Burial Hill is a historic cemetery located in Plymouth, Massachusetts with gravestones dating back to the 1600’s. It is the final resting place of several Pilgrims, including Governor William Bradford and Mary Allerton, the last surviving passenger of the Mayflower. It is located on Leyden Street, which is the oldest street in Plymouth and […]