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From: Sue <>
Subject: Re: [GENMASSACHUSETTS] TRIP TO PLYMOUTH
Date: Sat, 05 May 2007 06:49:44 -0700
On Fri May 4 13:41 , 'diane badger' sent:
>We always eat right on the water front at one of the seafood restaurants.
~>another - the Lobster Hut good food & service is just past the rotary on the waterfront!
>If you haven't been to Plymouth, promise not to laugh when you see Plymouth
>Rock. It is this puny rock in a cage. Mostly hugely symbolic.
~>when I first viewed it some forty years ago it was inspiring, just a year ago on another visit, dissapointing when realizing that someone had thrown something on it making it look like varnish splotches, I hope they're gone by now...
My favorite spot was Burial Hill at the top of the hill. Here's a link to some old postcards from another of my favorite places, UC Davis...
here's NOTES ON COLES HILL, by Edward R. Belcher, Pilgrim Society Note, Series One, Number One, 1954
hope your trip is memorable and fruitfull,
[On Behalf Of
Sent: Friday, May 04, 2007 1:26 PM
Subject: [GENMASSACHUSETTS] TRIP TO PLYMOUTH
Hi fellow listers,
I am planning a short vacation to Plymouth this summer August I think. I
have never been and am looking for suggestions of must see places to go and
things to do, plus any helpful hints you may have. They would really be
Thanks in advance
D. WARREN a sprout from Richard Warren
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