Have you ever got on an airplane feeling perfectly fine, only to come down with a nasty cold or flu a few days into your vacation? Or even worse, the kids or even the entire family gets sick. I know that I have in the past, as have a few of the Posh Tot Travel […]
Two Icons of Maine Before finishing this series of posts, I would be remiss if I did not mention two major Maine Icons: L.L. Bean and Moody’s Diner. L.L. Bean is a Maine institution that effectively dominates the town of Freeport. What is really cool about L.L. Bean is not the awesome camping equipment and […]
Fireworks Okay, so you are probably wondering by now at the post’s title and wondering where the fireworks come in. My reference to the fireworks is specifically related to my tendency to visit Maine the week of July 4th. I love, love visiting the Maine during this week, specifically the town of Whitefield for its […]
Arriving in Maine this year we were somewhat disappointed. The cabin was beautiful but the weather was cool, overcast and occasionally rainy. This weather did not deter my daughter from asking to go swimming …an activity her loving and ever obliging father was “happy “ to accommodate. Also happy, the hordes of mosquitos who kept […]
My family has a long connection with mid-coast Maine. My husband’s grandfather started taking the steamboat up from Boston in the 1920’s as a youngster to attend summer camp at Medomak on lovely Washington Pond(about a 25 minute drive from Rockland and Camden). As an adult, he built a cabin on the same lake and […]
We’ve been challenged recently with the monumental task of potty training our daughter. We had tried training last fall in preparation for cruising on the Oasis of the Seas – as cruise lines frequently have restrictions on non-potty trained children using the swimming pools. We had fairly disastrous results – our daughter was just not […]
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