New England Fall 1999
New England 1999
This document was last updated on 29 October 2001. (Ver. 1.2)
What we saw in New England, in the Fall of 1999 (NCGE)
We had a pleasant flight from Lincoln to Minneapolis.
The Old North Church and its neighborhood were fascinating.
Paul Revere lived in this house for several years.
Mom and I spent over an hour at Salem during the Halloween festivities.
The Salem Witch Museum was popular around Halloween 1999.
Gloucester has been a fishing port for over 350 years.
Mom and I enjoyed our time in Gloucester.
New Hampshire has a toll highway.
This was my very first time to visit Maine.
One day we had lunch at a restaurant opposite Harvard Yard.
Franconia Notch State Park, New Hampshire, is in a beautiful setting.
The weather at Franconia Notch State Park was cool and cloudy.
Franconia Notch State Park was beautiful the day we visited.
Some rocks which fell off Cannon Cliff were bigger than our bus,
while other rocks were somewhat smaller.
On our Cape Cod field trip we learned about beach erosion.
This is where Marconi sent his first wireless message on 19 January 1903.
King Edward VII and Theodore Roosevelt exchanged telegrams from this site.
Marconi was the inventor of wireless pasta.