The Curse of Colonel Buck’s Tomb and the largely forgotten bludgeoning murder mystery of Sarah Ware… oh what stories these cemeteries have to tell!
When the mountains failed to show me sufficient fall foliage I decided to go up to an observatory at the top of a suspension bridge.
Fort Knox is an enormous castle-like maze that I sure to delight any brave child or child-at-heart.
A castle atop a mountain that I can just drive to? Let’s go!
Fort Popham is a nice historical detour if you’re already at the beach down the road…
Popham is a great place if you want a sandy beach aside the Maine coastline (a rarity!) It was time for an evening of hunting sea shells and frolicking.
The ruined remains of a fort, a mine, two lighthouses, a great beach, and even a castle. Pretty great for one tiny park!
One of my least eventful adventures and yet probably the most amusing blog entry so far…
October is the beginning of my Haunted New England Tour and on my first stop I find something fascinating – the grave site of a black revolutionary war soldier.
How else would I celebrate my birthday than accidentally dropping by Uncle Sam’s house, bumbling back into the woods, and playing with salamanders?