Tag Archives: Museums

A Museum and a Walk

Yesterday, on the way to St. Marys, we stopped to see this submarine on land. It’s a full-sized Navy submarine at the gates to the Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base. When we got to St. Marys we visited St. Marys … Continue reading

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Mount Vernon

Moving south a little bit we booked a two-night stay at Pohick Bay Regional Park in Virginia. This allowed us to spend a day visiting George Washington’s Mount Vernon. It took us several hours to tour the home, the visitor … Continue reading

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Boats and a Lighthouse

Thunder and rain in the morning. Once it began to let up we went to visit the Antique Boat Museum in Clayton, NY.  They have a huge collection of boats in several buildings. It was more interesting than I expected … Continue reading

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Saratoga

After driving three days and 780 miles, staying nights in two Walmart parking lots and one Cabela’s parking lot we have arrived last night at Saratoga Casino and Racetrack where we can park for the night in their back parking … Continue reading

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Kentucky Horse Park

The Kentucky Horse Park is one of the world’s best equine competition facilities and one of the leading “horse” tourist attractions. It is about 1,200 beautifully groomed acres and includes the world-renowned International Museum of the Horse. The museum is … Continue reading

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Washington DC

We are in a wooded campground in Greenbelt National Park just north of Washington DC. We’ve been here a few times before, it’s pretty old and rustic and hard to fit our 34′ rig into the spaces, but we managed. … Continue reading

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Trolleys and Beaches

 The Seashore Trolley Museum in Kennybunkport, Maine, has the largest collection of trolley cars in the world. It began in 1939 when a group of street railway enthusiasts purchased a classic trolley car when the streetcar service was nearing its … Continue reading

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