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a sign for an apple orchard on the side of the road in front of some trees
Summer in Ipswich, MA | Favorite Things to Do
two people are standing in the middle of a tunnel made out of large rocks and boulders
The Rockery, Topsfield, Massachusetts - Mom's Lifesavers
three different views of the same building
Day Trip from Boston: Estates, Lighthouses and Apple-Doughnuts — Unknown and Away
an old farm house surrounded by trees and snow
Maple Syrup and Cows at Appleton Farms in Ipswich, MA - Adventurous Moms
Appleton Farms Ipswich MA | The Carriage Farm at Appleton Farms in Ipswich, MA
an old building with green shutters and white trim on the front door is shown against a blue sky
Summer in Ipswich, MA | Favorite Things to Do
The farm store at Russell Orchards, Ipswich MA.
a large building with stairs leading up to it and a green lawn in front of it
Crane Castle - The Great House
Crane Estate at Castle Hill Ipswich Ma-1634 The former summer home of Mr. and…
an ice castle is lit up with blue lights and icicles on the walls at night
What to See & Do in New Hampshire | Must See NH [2023]
US Travel | Ice Castles | Winter Wonderland | Hidden Gems | Travel | New England | New Hampshire
an old stone castle with a clock tower
Hammond Castle & Bearskin Neck 2014-08-03 036
Hammond Castle drawer bridge, Gloucester, MA http://www.hammondcastle.org
a person standing on a bridge over a stream in the woods with rocks and trees
beach home in Hampton, New Hampshire
Flume Gorge New Hampshire, hiked it and it is beautiful. Amazing!!!!
a wooden path in the woods with text that reads plum island massachusetts
Get Back to Nature on Plum Island
Plum Island offered the perfect outdoor escape on our way to Portland, Maine from Gloucester, Massachusetts. The island was teeming with ...
a large wave crashing into the side of a house
The Barnacle | Marblehead, MA
an old stone castle sitting on top of a lush green hillside
Castles Photo: Hammond Castle
Hammond Castle is located on the coast of Gloucester, Massachusetts. The castle, which was constructed between 1926 and 1929, was the home and laboratory of John Hays Hammond, Jr. Mr. Hammond was an inventor who was a pioneer in remote control and held over four hundred patents. The building is a collection of 15th, 16th, and 18th century architectural elements and sits on a hill overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.