Notorious for its rocky coastline, timber wood forests, national parks, lighthouses, wild blueberry bushes, fresh-caught lobsters… I’ll be here daydreaming.
At the William Forward Wildlife Management Area of conservation land, part of the Great Marsh, on the Northeastern coast of Massachusetts.
What would a year be, without a bit of reflection?!
Formed, according to Wampanoag legend, with the kicking of a giant’s moccasin into the Atlantic. Locally known as, the Grey Lady, due to it’s fog-ridden shoreline, and widely known as, the whaling capital of the world.
A three-hundred and fifteen acre Indigenous site and protected area, with interconnected trails, forests, meadows, and wetlands.
What would October be without the spook? The spine-chilling attraction, Haunted Overload, located in Lee, New Hampshire, fuses art and monsters through a meticulously though-out set, trailing through the most […]
Farms and Farm stands on the Northern Shores of Massachusetts
What catches the eye…
Scenic and yet, scrumptious!
Dreaming about food…