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Newburyport to Portsmouth


Thursday, Jul 12, 2007 from Seabrook, New Hampshire

Looking for a nice drive on the East Coast? Start in either Newburyport or Portsmouth by parking in town and wandering around downtown. Great little shops and food, good people watching, and quaint little downtown areas. Then hit up Route 1-A going either North or South. Truly, if you wanted to, you could make a full day of the short drive. Pack a picnic, stop at several of the beaches, gawk at the mansions, and roll down all the windows.

After taking care of laundry this morning I met up with Jimmy in Newburyport, a reporter for the Daily News. I guess word travels fast on the Invasion tour, because press was informed on my arrival to Seabrook before I even told a second person I was going there. Jimmy gave me the grand downtown tour of cute little Newburyport, MA.

Well, low and behold there we were in at a sandwich shop where I ordered a turkey bacon ranch wrap. Delicious. Jimmy and I were in line talking about Michigan when this girl behind us in line (who I was already checking out) says, “Michigan’s a good place.” I turn around and agree with her. Turns out she’s from Marquette, just an hour down the road from my hometown of Baraga. Couldn’t believe it! That just doesn’t happen very often, one or two other times on this entire trip. It was nice to meet you Lisa! Thanks for chatting Jimmy. And what a beautiful day for a drive and hanging out on the beach. First time of the trip where I was able to eat my cereal on the beach during breakfast.

Blog Date Posted: Jul 12, 2007 | 273 words | comments 1 Comments
Comment by Jimmy
From Lynn, MA

Hey dude.. haven't forgot about you. I still have a copy of the article with your name on it...hope the trip is going well. Later man.