This isn’t a post on how to get rich, buy something that will impress others, or equate spending a lot of money with a great vacation. Instead, the focus is on an ancient tradition that seems to get lost in a modern day world of instant conveniences.
It’s called walking and when strolling in places like Plymouth Harbor in Plymouth, Mass., the feeling can make you feel like a million bucks. The other night, I had a chance to walk Plymouth Harbor where the coastal peacefulness, scenery and refreshing twilight on a spring-like day allowed me to powerfully yet gently reconnect with our great state. Most of the seasonal gift shops and other retail stores had not yet reopened. Future Plymouth tourists were back home trip planning for the summer, and the waterfront restaurants, while open, took a back seat to the need for a good old-fashioned walk. It felt like having the whole place to myself and each step of the way offered something scenically memorable.
I will not go over the greatest Plymouth tourist attractions here, but instead invite you to take an online walk with me to this wonderful off-season destination…
How did you enjoy the Plymouth Harbor walk? What other places do you enjoy walking during the off season? Please tell us by commenting in the box below. Hope you get to visit Plymouth Harbor, it’s a beauty!