We've been at 4th Cliff military campground for a few days. We are about 1/2 way between Boston and Plymouth.
It's a great location. We've taken a couple of day trips into Boston/Quincy and another down to Plymouth and Hyannis Port (Barnstable) on Cape Cod.
This is a return trip for us to Fourth Cliff. Our family, along with Kirk and Susan and their two kids, camped here in tents. It literally is on a cliff overlooking the ocean. I remember having the best time here with them. We walked along the beach and bought some lobsters which we cooked in a large pot for dinner.
I remember waking up and looking out of the front of our tent and watching the sun come up. Something like this.
The next day we took the car into the city for a day trip. On the return, we stopped at the little village (Humarock) near our campground and peaked inside this warehouse, hoping to find some seafood.
The closest town to us is Scituate (SITCH-yoo-it). We stopped on the way back from Quincy to pick up a few things at the grocery store and we heard the town was having "Heritage Days" on the weekend. It started on Friday night with some bands playing and "luminaria"/lights around the Scituate coastline.
We ventured in on Saturday to see the booths and happenings. They had the downtown area closed off so we parked in a large church parking lot a couple of blocks away.
We found the booths and slowly made our way along some.
The first one that really caught our interest was "Woodmont Circles". We stopped and chatted with the vendor who was really nice.
Lindsey does all the woodcutting and design work. A lot of great looking offerings. She told us all about their vacation out to Zion and Grand Canyon National Parks a couple of weeks ago.
Lots of booths
Thanks for joining us on the Roadrunner Chronicles!