New England States during the fall season

Trip Start Jan 01, 2014
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Trip End Dec 31, 2014


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Flag of United States  , Massachusetts
Wednesday, November 5, 1986

Map of NEW ENGLAND

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This was a special trip, because my brother, his wife, and my wife, took this journey to New England to see the fall colors.  During our ten days in New England, we saw many historical and interesting sites, walked a bunch, and enjoyed this family trip together. 

Rather than preparing a separate blog for each place visited, it's easier to combine them under one roof called "New England States."   We spent 10-days on this journey that includes the two days of travel from San Francisco to Boston and return.   I believe we covered many miles on the road, but more importantly, visited some interesting sites during this trip.

From my guesses 25-years after this journey, I have made the following assumptions about the days spent on this trip:
Map of Boston

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Nov 6: Boston
Nov 7: Boston 
Nov 8: Boston
Nov 9: Freeport
Nov 10: Concord - Hanover - Rutland
Nov 11: Fort Ticonderoga - Stockbridge
Nov 12: Sturbridge - Concord
Nov 13: Boston - Cambridge
Nov 14: Boston - Salem - Plymouth - Cape Cod

The photos are not in chronological order, but represents the important sites we visited.
Strawbery Banke
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Strawberry Banke Historic District

U.S. National Register of Historic Places
U.S. Historic District

Jefferson Street within the Strawbery Banke district

Location:
Portsmouth, NH
Strawbery Banke is an outdoor history museum located in the South End historic district of Portsmouth, New Hampshire. It is the oldest neighborhood in New Hampshire to be settled by
Europeans, and the earliest neighborhood remaining in the present-day city of Portsmouth. It features more than 40 restored buildings built between the 17th and 19th centuries in the Colonial, Georgian, and Federal style architectures. The buildings once clustered around a waterway known as Puddle Dock, which was filled in around 1900. Today the former waterway appears as a large open space.




NEW ENGLAND


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