Monthly Archive: September, 2014

Fort Constitution and Fort Stark, New Castle, New Hampshire

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Wandering in New Hampshire

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While my time visiting friends was wonderful, I felt an urge to move on. North, specifically. I felt strongly compelled in the same way I had felt pulled last year to go on… Continue reading

Evening Swim at the Breachway, Charlestown, Rhode Island

On my way back from the afternoon of rock scrambling and exploring at Beavertail State Park I decided a dip in the ocean would be just the ticket. As I was driving along… Continue reading

Beavertail State Park, Rhode Island

Beavertail State Park is my favorite place in Rhode Island though it is just edged out by Bluff Point State Park in Groton, Connecticut for my favorite place in the area. The park… Continue reading

Gilbert Stuart Museum, Rhode Island

The Gilbert Stuart Museum is famous for being the birthplace of American painter Gilbert Stuart (whom you may be familiar with from his portrait of George Washington that graces our dollar bills), but… Continue reading

Old Town Mill, New London, Connecticut

The Old Town Mill in New London was one of the first in the United States, built in 1650 by John Winthrop Jr., who founded the city of New London. The original millstones… Continue reading

Stonyledge Farm, North Stonington, Connecticut

Stonyledge Farm is where I had my CSA subscription when I lived in Rhode Island. The 103-acre farm is located right along the Rhode Island – Connecticut border with the land located entirely… Continue reading

Collins Axe Company Mill, Connecticut

I like mills. I’ve always loved the aesthetics of brick, plank wood flooring, and huge windows and I’ve always loved old factories and warehouses. There’s something about old industrial landscapes beyond the interest… Continue reading

Enders State Forest, Connecticut

This section of the stream in Enders State Forest is known for its seven waterfalls. I decided to check it out based on a recommendation of a former Connecticut resident I “met” on… Continue reading