Tips for the perfect camping trip! As Wayward Wanderers, we love camping! Camping in Maine is one of our favorite things to … Keep Reading
Wow! Did we pick the time to go to Hampton Beach in New Hampshire! Not only was it off season but it was the first snow of the year! Brrrr! But So. Much. Fun. If you haven’t stayed at the Ashworth by the Sea, DO IT! Some of the rooms, like the one we stayed in, are ocean side and the view is incredible, especially in the middle of a storm!
When we booked this room through Groupon, we were thinking, “The weather will still be warm so we’ll walk the beach, check out the few shops that will surely be open, swim in the pool and just relax…” Sure, great idea if Mother Nature hadn’t decided to interject. But she always has a way of shaping how our trips go. This was no different and I have to say…
It was even more fun than if we had done the predictable… Predictable is too boring for these Wayward Wanderers!
One of the best things about traveling together is we can do what we want, when we want, and when it’s just the two of us, we are in our own romantic world. And together, we are unstoppable. This is how this last trip to Cape Cod was.
We have a lot of people ask us how we do it.
“How can you travel together and never fight?”
“How can you travel together, spend every minute together, and always have so much fun?”
It’s an easy answer. We GIVE as much as we take… actually we give more than we take. Our trips are never about our personal needs and when you put each other first, well, how could it go wrong?
People say once you reach 40 birthdays aren’t that special but honestly, my 41st birthday was one of my best ones yet! We started out with a loose plan that quickly changed in to something completely different. It worked out to be even better than expected! Like Sarah said, “we’re so lucky.” And finding ourselves in Portland Maine on my 41st birthday, exploring Back Cove and Deering Oaks Park was, indeed, completely lucky!
We started out in Andover for a lobster feed that was delicious. We gathered with family and had our fill. Is there such a thing as being full from lobster? LOL, it was the first time Sarah ever cleaned her own lobster. I’m hoping it’s not her last…
As you know Wayward Wanderers is a travel blog about Bill Walsh and Christina Gammon’s adventures! Concerts, waterfalls, trips, and anything else that looks interesting to us… BUT Fall has a special place in our hearts… so we are lending our YouTube channel to present our first ever video for Sisters Know Best. If you are looking for the pictures and step by step tutorial, visit Sisters Know Best. Below is the Fall Leaves Rose video tutorial:
We were staying at another awesome house Bill’s sister found through VRBO.com in Orleans, MA, just about an hour from P-Town and on Saturday we set off for some excitement for our senses. What a difference between the smaller, sleepier Orleans to Provincetown! And with an 83 year old woman, well, my blushing was at an all time high. What a blast!
The ride in was a little slow as it’s the spot to go on the Cape and traffic was backed up but we snuck off the main Route 6 and opted for a prettier ride on 6A along the coast. FYI, it might not be faster in the summer but early Fall it’s ideal!
There is so much to see in Provincetown, but these are the 5 things you may want to avoid with children. Bill and I can’t wait to go back with less sensory…