Ipswich Massachusetts is famous for two things. Crane Beach and fried clams. Shelley Rotner takes a nightime dune walk and stays at the Inn at Castle Hill.
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A Cross-country Ski Escape to Austria –in Vermont By Shelley Rotner Just when winter seems to be getting to most people and thoughts of a sunny southern vacation with tropical drinks by the ocean sounds good, unlike most, I was still looking for a little more winter and snow. If you’re a passionate cross-country skier […]
The Cranberry World of Southeastern Massachusetts and Cape Cod By Shelley Rotner Have you ever noticed cranberry-colored fields off the highway in the distance while driving to Cape Cod in Massachusetts? Those fields are cranberry bogs. Cranberries are one of the native fruits in New England. There’s such a multitude of cranberry farms dotting the […]
By Shelley Rotner A good dream came true, especially for these two. Allison Baldwin and Ilene Mitnick left their corporate jobs and opened a B&B at the tip of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Roux is a beautifully restored 1870’s Victorian house on Bradford Street, in the East End gallery district. manifested a B & B in […]
Lake Placid Lodge in New York: A Piece of Paradise in Winter By Shelley Rotner I’ve been to Lake Placid, in the Adirondacks, many times, in every season. This is one of the few places that I return to time after time. Each season has its beauty. The road off the highway to Lake Placid […]
Montauk NY: ‘The Last Resort’ Then and Now By Shelley Rotner I grew up going out to Montauk, Long Island in the summers. As a young kid, it was a great adventure. My whole family piled into our Oldsmobile with ocean accessories and we headed east leaving the dense population of living near NYC behind. […]
Check out this article about the Wanderlust Festival in Manchester Ctr Vermont which combines yoga, music, and healthy food.