06.29.16 Seaport RV Resort in Connecticut, Saddleback Campground in New Hampshire, and a lovely home in Vermont

Wednesday, June 29, 2016 –  Seaport RV Resort in Connecticut and Saddleback Campground in New Hampshire couldn’t be more different but we really liked them both.  When I like a park I take pictures.  I took too many of both places not to share them so here goes!

Vermont Covered Bridge

Most of the time, when I remember to do it, the photographs in our blog posts are all clickable so that you can see them in their full size if you would like to.  If you want to see something larger and I didn’t do the thing that causes this let me know and I’ll add it!  It use to be an automatic thing in WordPress but recently they made it into a manual two step process that has to be done to each photo.  Go figure, that doesn’t sound like progress to me but it is what it is!!

Seaport RV Resort is in Old Mystic, Connecticut.  It is a Coast to Coast resort under their category of Good Neighbor Parks. They had a Laser Tag area, community campfire area, beautiful Mini Golf area and swimming pool. Here are some of our photos.

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We’ve already visited some cool places here in Vermont and are leaving in a bit to see more today.  Friday will be a day of rest for us before we get back on the road Saturday headed for northern New York state for a week.

Ya’ll come back now, ya’ hear!!

Proverbs-16.25

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