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2013 Autumn Leaves on the East Coast – Day 20

BOSTON – pilgrims and things that go bump in the night THURSDAY – Today is Halloween!  Tonight there will be witches, ghosts and goblins haunting the streets – I can hardly wait!  We do not do Halloween in a big way in Oz.  It is starting to take off but not to the extent that […]

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2013 Autumn Leaves on the East Coast – Day 19

SALEM to BOSTON – Halloween looms closer WEDNESDAY – It is the day before All Hallows Eve otherwise known as Halloween and today we head for the haunts of witches and warlocks – Salem.  

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2013 Autumn Leaves on the East Coast – Day 18

MAINE and NEW HAMPSHIRE – lobster by light TUESDAY– Even though our hotel is close to the main highway there is no noise and I sleep like a log!  Waking up with a sense of tranquility I remember that today we are heading for Maine and those wonderful lighthouses – not to mention a feed […]

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2013 Autumn Leaves on the East Coast – Day 17

COOPERSTOWN – I don’t know? MONDAY – A very quiet night and we arise looking forward to brekky.  The hotel has a nice breakfast area with the usual fare – English muffins and vegemite, juice and coffee and I am ready to hit the frog and toad.  (That is Aussie slang for road).

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2013 Autumn Leaves on the East Coast – Day 16

NIAGARA FALLS to COOPERSTOWN SUNDAY – Today we start our trek East.  The weather has quietened down (yes of course now it’s time to leave Niagara) and we head to Cooperstown.  Where? I hear you ask.  Cooperstown – home of the Baseball Hall of Fame, but more about that later.

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