Salem, Massachusetts

More Than Just a Witch Story August 3, 2021 Famously known for the Salem Witch Trials of February 1692, Salem MA is so much more. The first Militia Muster was organized by the Massachusetts Bay Colony Court; Home of author Nathanial Hawthorne – House of Seven Gables; First armed resistance in 1775; Home to theContinue reading “Salem, Massachusetts”

New England Whale Watching

August 1, 2021 A few years ago, several members of our family went on a cruise along the inside passage to Alaska. If you have been on a cruise (this was our first) you know there are several stops on the way to your final destination. You can explore the small towns or if youContinue reading “New England Whale Watching”

Boston, MA – The Freedom Trail

July 31, 2021 I don’t know about you, but when I travel I like to imagine how the area looked and what the people who settled the area did and even what they would think of the world as we see it today. Boston is a great place for the imagination, and while Boston isContinue reading “Boston, MA – The Freedom Trail”

Electrical Upgrades and Lessons Learned

While in the US Navy I was trained as an Electronics Technician as a path to become a Nuclear Power Reactor Operator.  I realized that while I could understand and perform electrical task, this was not my strong suit.  So, when I decided to pursue my engineering degree, it was not electrical, rather mechanical.  YouContinue reading “Electrical Upgrades and Lessons Learned”

Yellowstone National Park – Day 1

So what is the first thing most people think of when Yellowstone National Park is mentioned? More than likely it is Old Faithful, probably the most well known geyser in the world but there is so much MORE to see and do than just Old Faithful. Even so, make a point to see Old FaithfulContinue reading “Yellowstone National Park – Day 1”