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Blog - Eva's Byte #12: The Keeper

Originally published July 18, 2015, coinciding with my sister’s summer visit.

One of my family’s time-honored traditions when my sister comes home to visit is that of having lunch at The Old Grist Mill in Seekonk, Massachusetts. 328 more words

Eva Pasco

Meandering me - Newport

To kick off my posts about places I’ve visited, I thought I’d start with the ever famous Newport!

Last weekend I spent some time taking in the sights of Newport and let me tell you, it never disappoints. 416 more words

Beach

TRAVEL CHRONICLES: NEWPORT, RI

I went to Rhode Island with ten friends for the July 4th Weekend & to celebrate my BFF’s 25th birthday. We were fortunate enough to stay at her family’s house where we spent the majority of the weekend cooking, kayaking, walking on the beach, playing cornhole, frisbee, darts, pool & badminton.   402 more words

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Rhode Island Cliff Walk

I went here with my family and it was absolutely amazing. All of the mansions are located by the beach area and the view was beautiful. 35 more words

Cliff Walk

July 21, 1909: Filters for Providence, RI

July 21, 1909: Municipal Journal and Engineer article. Water Filters of Providence, R.I. “Final construction is just about being completed on the ten filter beds which constitute the plant designed some years ago for the purification of the water supply of Providence, R.I. 435 more words

Water

Rescued at the Breakwater - Inflatable dinghy

I spotted a small inflatable boat while taking photographs on the breakwater. At first I thought that someone may be diving, but could not see any diving flags. 207 more words

Community Photos

12s Top News in Today's Scuttlebutt

Resurgence of Newport’s 12mR fleet is top story in today’s Scuttlebutt (7/21/17), “Twelves Are Alive and Well”, written by Jim Gretzky.

Read it here.

Newport