Naval Academy in Annapolis

The United States Naval Academy is located in Annapolis, Maryland, and the entrance is a short walk from the heart of the town. Will and I spent one afternoon touring the Naval Academy. I brought my military ID to get us onto the base, but I believe the facilities are open to the general public […]

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Market, fossils, spirits, oysters

Our second day based in Annapolis, Will and I hit the weekend Amish market in the morning. Once inside we had fun with the shelves and shelves full of what looked like hand-packaged, natural items. Possibly it was no fresher than going to the grocery store, but it was a great atmosphere. The place was […]

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New England Doors

I neglected my doors post! As if fourteen billion posts from my New England trip wasn’t enough, I also took photos of doors, which I obviously can’t resist, and they have been patiently waiting in a “Doors” folder on my desktop. Finally, the time is upon us! Please take a look at the collection of […]

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Cambridge Graffiti Alley

On my very last day on the East Coast in May (you thought I would never get to the end of this journey, huh?), my plane left in the afternoon so we had the morning to explore. We walked from our downtown Boston hotel to a bakery and one of us spotted a travel trailer […]

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Slater Mill in Pawtucket

Will and I spent a day in his hometown of Pawtucket, Rhode Island. On my visits to Pawtucket before, I had noticed Slater Mill, and knew it was a historic building of some kind, and thought it was pretty and wanted to take a look. Will agreed that it was a place that should be […]

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