Frenchman’s Bay Hike

Today started my homecation. A vacation where home is your base for fun and no work. I have carefully guarded my schedule for the coming week so that Hannah and I can fit in all of the things we wanted to do over the summer, but didn’t. Because my schedule has been crazy and summer went by way too fast.

So for our first day of Mommy-Roo activities we went to Hancock point and hiked the coast of Frenchman’s Bay and then followed the Salt Pond trail through the woods. Here are some of the sights along the way.

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One Response to Frenchman’s Bay Hike

  1. What a gorgeous day to go there, we went and it was so foggy we couldn’t see a thing.

    Debbie

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