Having left Copake on September 24 it only took a day to drive to North Scituate, RI for a six night stay at Holiday Acres Camp Resort. We spent our first day touring Newport including the harbor area and the town with its sailboats and mansions from Bellevue Street to Ocean Drive. What a beautiful sailing city. We also took a drive to Narragansett to see the Point Judith Lighthouse. Barb was reading a book centered around this area and the visit added credibility to her story. Dinner was at Aunt Carries where Barb had fried clam strips and I had delicious fried bay scallops.
While we were camped in “Little Rhody”, we had lunch in Sturbridge with my cousin Janet, whom I haven’t seen since the 1950’s and her daughter Lisa. What a great reunion we had. We also had lunch at the Red Wing Diner in Walpole with Ken & Carol’s oldest son, Ken. Our route took us past Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, home of the Patriots.
A day trip to Cape Cod was also on our agenda during the week. We were both a little disappointed in Cape Cod as there weren’t the large seaside mansions that we had expected, but, we didn’t have the time to tour the entire cape either..