Over 4,700 acres of diverse habitats, with more than 3,000 acres of salt marsh, and a costal habitat to 300 species of resident and migratory birds.
Cruising the Atlantic from Wood’s Hold to Vineyard Haven, leaving the Massachusetts mainland behind.
Land of romantic forests, grand cliffs and peaks, lively rapids and falls, novel shoppes, glowing fires, cozy cottages, and stars galore.
Nestled in Rockport’s Pigeon Cove, the exquisitely rugged shoreline of Halibut Point overlooks the boundless Atlantic Ocean.
Virtually visit a labyrinth of magnificent glass and fine art, the Berkshires best kept secret.
If you were asked to summarize Massachusetts as a state in three words, what would they be?
Others visit local, taking a trip down memory lane or discovering the unfamiliar.
Inspirational proverbs carved into boulders on the northshore of Massachusetts serve as rare heirlooms & act as a generational message.
Good news to local Massachusetts residence, there are a few wonderful places still open and they are totally worth the drive. The next time you have a free morning or afternoon, check them out! Perhaps make it a day of local exploration; you never know what will spark your interest or your appetite…
Chocolate elixirs, truffles, caramels and homemade ice cream… Need I say more? Welcome to the coziest chocolate house in Massachusetts, Kakawa Chocolate House. Located on the historic cobble-stone and brick […]