Cradle of Liberty
24 x 30"
acrylic on canvas
Donovan Gallery, Tiverton, RI

The Maine inspired painting "Capturing the Clouds", was displayed by The Whistler House Museum of Art.

Going for a ride at Lowell National Historical Park

Lowell's historic textile mill buildings, just after sunset

Site of the "shot heard around the world"

Modern day troops crossing over North Bridge

The Old Manse, home to Emerson and later Hawthorne

On Walden Pond

A Literary Intersection

Ralph Waldo Emerson's House

The Wayside- Only home owned by Nathanial Hawthorne. Once owned by the Alcott family.

The Orchard House - Where Louisa May Alcott wrote "Little Women"

Meriam's Corner off of Battle Road

New England Fall Foliage

Paul Revere Capture Site, where his midnight ride was brought to an end by a British Patrol

Motif Number 1, one of New England's most painted and photographed icons

East Gloucester

Gloucester Fisherman's Memorial

In Salem we went down to Derby Warf and had dinner at Derby Fish and Lobster

The Witch House, only surviving structure with a direct link to the Salem Witch Trials

The Witch House was actually Judge Johnathan Corwin's House during the time of the trials

Hawthorne's House of the Seven Gables

Seems no matter who owns the house the builder still gets credit

Salem Customs House, where Nathaniel Hawthorne worked as a surveyor

After the American Revolution ships like the "Friendship" made Salem a leader in trade to the Far East

We found a headstone of a Mayflower pilgrim

Reflecting on the Salem Witch Trial hysteria

In Marblehead, Mass

A family of gravestones

President John Quincy Adams' House at the Adams National Historical Park

Rockin' out in Plymouth

Plymouth Rock or Plymouth Pebble?

Mayflower II replica of the original

Plimouth Plantation where you can watch Pilgrims go about their daily activities

Nauset Light, the lighthouse that appears on Cape Cod Potato Chip bags

While on Cape Cod we spotted a fox playing near the beach

Diorama of the Marconi Station where the first transatlantic radio transmission from the U.S. was made

Highland Light, oldest lighthouse on Cape Cod

Pilgrim Monument in Provincetown, where the Pilgrims first landed

Kristin working hard on the Massachusetts inspired "Cradle of Liberty"

State House, Boston

Old City Hall, Boston

Inside Faneuil Hall

"one if by land, two if by sea" Old North Church where Minute Men were warned how the British were coming

Paul Revere's House, Boston

U.S.S. Constitution, nicknamed "Old Ironsides" by Oliver Wendell Holmes, docked in the Charleston Naval Yard.

Charleston Naval Yard

Charleston Naval Yard

Elizabeth Pain gravestone, which some believe inspired Nathaniel Hawthorne in writing "The Scarlett Letter"

Paul Revere grave site

Samuel Adams' gravesite at Old Granary Burying Ground

Boston Common

We visited Kristin's Uncle and Aunt who live just outside of Boston

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