Here are some highlights of our summer "stay-cation" in New England.
I forgot my camera, but the following Saturday we went to a WWII museum in Wolfeboro (on the shore of Lake Winnepesaukee). They had a lot of artifacts and posters and even some tanks. I liked the museum exhibits that explained how the war changed American culture.
A final summer hurrah: the boys and I went to the local amusement park, Canobie Lake. The photos aren't that great. I went on a few rides with the boys and decided I'm getting too old for that. We went on some huge rollercoasters and I was too scared to scream. I really enjoyed the Michael Jackson tribute concert, bumper cars with Curtis and of course, fried dough. We went on a drizzly evening to get the cheap tickets and there were almost no lines!
I already put some pictures on Facebook, but the highlight of our summer "stay-cation" was a day trip with Jonathan to Maine. We sailed on the Silver Lining and went about a mile out in the ocean on the two-hour cruise.
I wanted to see the famouse Nubble Lighthouse in York, Maine on the way home. It isn't open to the public and is on an island--very picturesque.