Imagine, for a moment, working at a shipyard in Boston at the end of the 18th century. You are a … Continue reading Old Ironsides.
“The best laid plans of mice and men often go awry.” -Robert Burns, Scottish Poet. Sunday morning, I had it … Continue reading Pride of the Fleet.
All week at work I have been eagerly awaiting this weekend. This is not, in any way, to disparage my … Continue reading 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Part II (And a Starting Line Too)
In 1870, French writer Jules Verne penned a story of undersea adventure aboard a highly advanced submarine, the Nautilus. In the … Continue reading 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (Part I)
Over 41,000 tons of warships sitting at anchor, easy to explore, and less than an hour south of Boston. Battleship … Continue reading Heavy Metal.
Despite my wanderings to fifteen different states, this blog’s home has always been New Jersey. Although there have been trips … Continue reading The Last Post from New Jersey… at the New Jersey.
As I have mentioned before, sometimes the best trips do not involve hours upon hours of driving, but can be … Continue reading Navy Blue & Gold.