WE’VE SEEN IT ALL…

…in New England that  is!

Okay…we have seen ALOT of New England and a couple of weekends ago we put the final touches on our exploring adventures here in the Great North East.

We went to Cape Cod and New Bedford, Massachusetts, and then to Newport and Providence, Rhode Island.

Places steeped in history and spotted with wonderful coast line beaches and ports.

And here is what we saw!

Our first Cape Cod Beach, Sandy Neck!

From Cape Cod & Rhode Island!

And here is cute little Barnstable, Cape Cod, MA!

From Cape Cod & Rhode Island!

The cute kite above our beach hotel, Dennisport, Cape Cod, MA

From Cape Cod & Rhode Island!

On our way to Provincetown we stopped in Chatham, Cape Cod, MA

From Cape Cod & Rhode Island!

Marconi Beach where the first United States Transatlantic Wireless Telegram Station used to be…where Roosevelt sent the first Trans-Atlantic telegram to the King of England in 1903.

From Cape Cod & Rhode Island!
From Cape Cod & Rhode Island!
From Cape Cod & Rhode Island!

Provinctown (P-Town) nearing sunset, Cape Cod, MA

From Cape Cod & Rhode Island!
From Cape Cod & Rhode Island!
From Cape Cod & Rhode Island!

One of the tips of Cape Cod, Woods Hole, where you catch the ferry to the famed island of Martha’s Vineyard.

From Cape Cod & Rhode Island!
From Cape Cod & Rhode Island!

The Whaling Museum in New Bedford, MA…where whaling was once the big thing there.

From Cape Cod & Rhode Island!
From Cape Cod & Rhode Island!

Sailboats, a common scene in Newport, RI…As well as great buildings and architecture!

From Cape Cod & Rhode Island!
From Cape Cod & Rhode Island!
From Cape Cod & Rhode Island!

And then there was Providence, RI where the State Capitol building is way bigger than California’s (California = most populated state / Rhode Island = 8th least populated)

From Cape Cod & Rhode Island!
From Cape Cod & Rhode Island!
From Cape Cod & Rhode Island!

The Great North East

Countless freakin’ cute villages with red barns, steeples, covered bridges, and veggie stands. Hundreds of islands off the well fished coasts with lobster buoys bobbing away in the blue ocean water. Mountains and valleys covered in overflowing amounts of green in the summer, red, yellow and gold in the fall, and white in the winter. Squirrels, birds, beavers, skunks, deer and even moose sprinkle the countryside dodging in and out of trees, yards and roads.

This is the land called New England and it is our home…for now.
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~ by HenderBalz on September 20, 2011.

2 Responses to “WE’VE SEEN IT ALL…”

  1. Awesome photos. Can I place an order for you coffe table book

    • THANKS! And Ha….I just got a shutterfly gift cert and just started making a photo book of our year in Honduras….it may be just too hard to do…thousands and thousands of photos to go through! But when and if I finish it…I will email you the online version!

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