Premium spot at the KOA in Lakeville. We've had pretty good luck with these, patio furniture, swing, and fire ring included!
Hanging out lakeside with George, Tim, and Kathy. Missy was standing on the stone seawall, looking down at the water a foot below. Of course, several curious mallards swam right up to here to say "hello." Missy must have thought water was solid enough to walk on, because the next thing we knew she was swimming back to shore. Luckily, there's a small boat ramp to Laurie's left and she just doggy paddled right up to it and walked out of the water. We're still not sure what lesson she learned...
Tim took us out for a great sunset cruise on their pontoon boat. Of course, Missy took the helm for a turn.
Good buddy George. He's a retired US Navy Seabee and has been a full time RVer for 20 years.
Plymouth Rock? Really? It's about 6 feet across and only a couple feet above the tide line. It's an urban legend anyway, not mentioned in any writings until almost 100 years after they landed. Nice area though!
The mooring field at Plymouth Harbor. We had dinner right across the street.