Last week I left my new home in Florida and took a much needed trek north in search of foliage and family. Roughly two planes and a Dodge Ram 4x4 later, I found myself cruising the coast of Rhode Island in a bright red Ford Fiesta, taking pictures and capturing moments with my awesome brother-in-law!
The mission for the day: To travel around Rhode Island, eating good food and brushing up on our photography!
If you have never been to Rhode Island, you should try your best to make it there. The smallest state in America has some of the richest culture, robust history, and some of the country's best eats!
Begin Side Rant: I always have a hard time taking pictures of food. Not because I am against it in any way! I just love food so much that by the time it is placed in front of me, all hope of remembering to take a picture of it is completely lost. I usually remember that I meant to take a picture roughly halfway through the meal, and the thought of repositioning the remaining food with my fork just mentally exhausts me. So this is my dilemma. End Side Rant.
So, if you too are up for a quick adventure, I would love to share my moments on the Rhode Island coast with you!
First Stop: Brenton State Park: Newport, RI
"What are men compared to Rocks and Mountains?" Jane Austen
Brenton State Park: Abandoned Carriage House (1889)
Second Stop: Narragansett Bay - Newport, RI
Third & Final Stop: Beavertail State Park - Jamestown, RI
Beavertail State Park: Beavertail Lighthouse (1856)
We spent a full day of driving around Rhode Island, eating good food, and taking pictures. I can proudly say, mission accomplished.
Have you ever been to Rhode Island? What did you do while you were there? Leave a comment and share a memory or a moment with me!
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