Travel Blogs

By state, some lively Yankee travel blogs–with lots of photos, too!


Schoodic Point, Winter Harbor

Schoodic Point, Winter Harbor

Winter Harbor: Bar Harbor’s Coastal Cousin It was the best of times. And then it got better…

The Marginal Way: A Coastal Stroll in Ogunquit The Marginal Way, in Ogunquit, Maine, is anything but

Marginal Way

Marginal Way



Peak’s Island: Adjectives ensue on the ferry ride to Peaks Island from Portland…


Provincetown: An Off Season (Just Barely) Visit Out here at Land’s End, the light is everything. But sometimes timing comes in a close second…

Race Point, P'town

Race Point, P’town

Smith College Botanic Garden: A Glimpse of Green in Northampton Like desert wanderers thirsting for water, we’re parched for a glimpse of green…

Franklin County Fair, Greenfield: The Oldest…  I began hearing buzz for the 165th Franklin County Fair…

Light on Newburyport Someone should do a guestimate of the number of bricks in coastal downtown Newburyport…

Getting to Know Provincetown (photos only)


Salisbury: Cozy Charm in the Litchfield Hills When the weather outside is frightful…

Gillette Castle

Gillette Castle

Gillette Castle and Chester Did you ever turn a corner and suddenly feel like you’ve driven off the map?…

Historic Essex Village: The Perfect Small Town   Surrounded on three sides by water…

Nuances of New Haven: A Complex City New Haven is complex the way wines from the south of France can be. Just when you’ve zeroed in…


Pat’s Peak in Henniker: Go Play in the Snow Even native New Englanders have gaps in their areas of supposed expertise…


Bennington, Vermont (Slide show)

Steamboat Ticonderoga, Shelburne Museum

Steamboat Ticonderoga, Shelburne Museum

Shelburne: Where Shelburne Museum and Shelburne Farms Meet Call it a seriously bizarre case of mistaken identity…

Burlington Farmers’ Market: Best in New England? For a little taste of southern France in northern New England…


Historic Wickford You must love a harbor

Wickford, End of Main

Wickford, End of Main

specked with sailboats, embrace dogs of every nation, and enjoy strolling through the 1700s…


Quebec City (slide show)

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