Although there's no place like home, the New England region has quickly become a place that we look forward to visiting whenever we're able to. It's such a beautiful place practically all year-round, but we loved visiting during the summer. Here's what we did.
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My husband and I went to Rail Explorers for the first time a few summers ago. It was one of the things he planned as it was something he'd heard about and thought we'd both enjoy. I think he may have found out about it from a YouTube video, but ... READ the POST
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