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Photos: 2022 trip to Northeast
BEDS WHERE PRESIDENTS DIED
… and other presidential sites
The bed where Martin Van Buren died
The bed where Millard Filmore died
The bed where Ulysses Grant died
The tomb of Chester Arthur in Albany’s Rural Cemetery.
Lindenwald estate of Martin Van Buren
, not bad for a boy burn in a log cabin.
, where he finished his memoirs and died
The usual crowd in front of Millard Fillmore’s House
The first indoor “presidential throne” in Martin Van Buren’s home.
Happy Days are here again, Eleanor and Franklin smiling outside the FDR visitor center.
Okay, not a presidential place, but maybe George Washington slept here. Or Kennedy or Clinton “slept” here. You decide.
The Soldier’s Home in Washington D.C. where the Lincoln family got away from the summer heat… before Camp David. Buchanan and Hayes also spent time here.
MARITIME LANDS AND WATERS
An overlook from the Funny Trail in New Brunswick
Another look at the Bay of Funny
The Gulf of St, Lawrence off the Breton coast in Nova Scotia.
Even from a distance you can see the seas were choppy that day. Hurricane Fiona would hit five days later.
A river tumbles into the Gulf of St. Lawrence from the mountains of Cape Breton.
Cape Breton: a rust colored mountain creek with a delightful fern in the foreground.
Rocky coast of Atlantic Ocean off Cape Breton National Park in Nova Scotia.
The gray seals were too far away to capture with my iPhone, but we enjoyed watching them play.
At one time, this was the home of Lucy Montgomery’s aunt and uncle, the inspiration for her novel,
Anne of Green Gables.
Her book inspired the renovation of the house, which now attracts visitors from around the world.
All the flags of Canada are at half mast during our visit, due to the death of their monarch, Queen Elizabeth II.
The stupta at the Gambo Abbey, a Buddhist Monastery keep in the mountains of Cape Breton.
The colorful fishing village of Lurenburg off the Atlantic coast, Nova Scotia
The most photographed lighthouse in the world (how do they figure?) at Peggys Way, Nova Scotia.
Concord, Massachusetts: The Wayside, home of authors: Hawthorn, Alcott, and Margaret Sidney.
Site where Flight 93 crashed on 9/11
Tower of Voices at the Flight 93 site: 40 chimes (for the 40 victims) that will sing as long as the wind blows. The tower is 93 feet high.
NBT Bank Stadium, home of the triple A Syracuse Mets.
Dave Smith, my roommate from seminary agreeing to be photographed with me.
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