We have been meeting sea-anemones, condors, crabs, sea lions and seals. It brings back fond memories of some of our other coastal excursions and adventures, all over the U.S. and elsewhere.
Burlington, Vermont is a colorful city on Lake Champlain, just south of the Canadian border. It’s hard to decide whether it’s better to view the countryside via boat tour or train tour. So what the heck, we did both. https://youtu.be/MVAtatj0yog First, we took a cruise on the Spirit Of Ethan Allen, a sightseeing vessel named … Continue reading Burlington by Rail and Lake
A glass-bottom boat is a great way to go sightseeing on a river, provided the glass and the water are both clear, and the glass is strong enough to withstand the force of any boulder a passenger might drop on the floor. At Silver Springs State Park in Florida, the state's oldest tourist attraction, dating … Continue reading Silver Springs Glass-Bottom Boat Tour
https://youtu.be/LMXJJvfkiz4 Episode 13 - 9/15/2018 You can travel to Boston, by plane, train, automobile or surrey with a fringe on top; but our favorite way to get there is by boat, such as the Hingham Ferry. And there are many ways to explore the city once you get there: walking, driving, taking a taxi, taking … Continue reading Dance Mile Boston – Episode 13
...a speedboat that threw us around like a bucking bronco. We zipped past the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge to the Nubble lighthouse, and then 6 miles offshore to the Boon Lighthouse, the tallest in New England, where we were greeted by an army of seals. <a href=""> Read More...
Adventures jumping out of an airplane with Skydive Danielson, at sea on an old-time schooner, attending a Wigwam Festival, and checking out Franklin Sculpture park.
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Explore the tip of Cape Cod with us! Episode 7 - Aug 19, 2018 We camped at one of our favorite campgrounds, Nickerson State Park. We returned to perform at the library in Chatham, which always has a display in front of imaginative artwork sharks – that is, the artists are imaginative, we can't vouch … Continue reading Giddy Gozas Waving at Whales – Episode 7
Aug. 20, 2006: Arakawa and Nagatoro We all (minus Keisuke) piled into the van and headed for the hills, not very far away, to spend a Sunday at the Ara River (Arakawa). On the way, we spotted a line of about 75 people on the sidewalk in front of a small restaurant, waiting patiently in … Continue reading D, K and Z in Japan, Day 6