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Trip Report seriously down east

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This is a trip report in progress. We four, two parents and two kids, on a college tour/vacation, just arrived at the most beautiful rental house in the world. It's on cape split, near where john marin painted. It looks out over the ocean and some islands. Here's a link so you won't think I'm making it up.

http://www.homeaway.com/vacation-rental/p117475

Day before yesterday we stayed in Boston at a rooming house/B&B called the Beacon Inn near Fenway and saw the sox beat the indians. Then we visited the JFK birthplace in Brookline, the apartment I lived in when I worked as a messenge in Boston, and toured Boston College. BC has nice builldings and small classes.

We saw Colby College in Waterville Maine today which has a great art museum and small classes. I would rather have cheap tuition and classes in the stadium. Too cold in January I guess.

Anyway, we're having fun but don't know what we'll do tomorrow. Maybe drive to Acadia. Maybe eat lobster. Or sip chowder. Or just practice saying "chowdah" properly. Let me know if there's something you feel we must do. Besides eat blueberries.

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