Category Archives: Home Exchange

Memorial Day Home Exchange In Syracuse, New York


Friday of Memorial Day weekend found us beginning our home exchange season in Fayetteville, New York. It is about 6 miles from Syracuse in what is popularly known as the Finger Lakes region. Here, the mighty glaciers carved long trenches … Continue reading

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Summer Daze In Jamestown


We have some friends in Lincoln RI who love to bring their young children to our lake while we get away to their time share unit at the Bay Voyage in Jamestown. We have done this three times now and … Continue reading

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Hanging Out In Bristol


Bristol, Rhode Island is one of the most picturesque communities in a state full of interesting cities and towns. It hosts the nation’s oldest and largest 4th of July parade and is festooned with flags, bunting and banners throughout the … Continue reading

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Idyllic Long Beach Island


I can’t believe I lived on the Jersey shore at one point in my life and never heard of Long Beach Island. I mean, it’s hard to overlook a 22 mile long island! But when we got an opportunity to … Continue reading

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Weekend At Lime Rock


Lime Rock Park is one of America’s oldest race tracks. Nestled in the Litchfield Hills in northwestern Connecticut, it offers fans a chance to see racing up close from many different vantage points. The late John Fitch was one of … Continue reading

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Possibilities


I follow a blog entitled Where’s My Backpack?, written by a person who is an inveterate traveler. In today’s post, the author has this to say about the promise of a new year: The beginning of a new year fills … Continue reading

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What We Did On Our Summer Vacation


For the past several years, our last big vacation of the season has always been a trip to Ogunquit, Maine, home of the world’s only moveable beach. When the 9 foot tides roll in, the beach is completely submerged. As … Continue reading

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