Why I Feel it is a Privilege Being One of the Two Grannies on the Road
Visiting and exploring many different towns and villages in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts has brought much joy to me. Everyone we have met and interviewed has enjoyed sharing their knowledge and educating us about their home town. Whether it is a restaurant, a statue, a historic building, museum, art, llamas, farms, mountains or the sea, they are all very special, both to the people who live there, and to visitors.
There is so much history here in Massachusetts. So many interesting things I have seen in each town we have visited. We are very fortunate to have different climates just a few hours apart. The sun could be out in Plymouth, while it’s snowing heavily in Orange.
I have had a lot of laughs, and a lot of ice cream. (And guess what, I have not gained a pound! It may look like we’re constantly eating, but in actual fact it’s only a couple days of the month!) It has been one of the most positive adventures I have ever experienced in my life. I can hardly wait for the next trip.
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