More Rockport Fun…
Sandy Bay Yacht Club…
Did you know that you can reach Rockport by train in Boston? This is how we traveled to see our favorite city.
Take a taxi, public transportation (the “T”), or walk to North Station in Boston. Commuter Rail trains to Rockport leave regularly from Boston’s North Station. Once in Rockport, you are a 5-10 minute walk from downtown and the Atlantic Ocean.
If a town could describe Tarzan and Jane…it would spell…ROCKPORT.
Have a splendid week everyone.
Have you seen the other two Rockport posts? Here is your chance to catch up on the fun…
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Your adventures are always so great with the pictures you share…makes me feel I went along. 🙂 So great to be able to see what others see through the eye of their camera.
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Gorgeous pics of Rockport, Laurie! Beautiful boats, great seafood and lots of colour…..what more could one wish for? 😉
Wow Laurie, your photos make me want to jump right in and bask in all those bright and vibrant colors! Love the little guys on the sailboats… so inviting.
Laurie, Great photo’s, what a beautiful place. Tuesday Trivia will be in Massachusetts in two weeks. Can I use a couple of your pictures and link back to you of course.
Wanda Ann @ Memories by the Mile
Beautiful…why am I now craving Chowder???
I am going to have to visit this town! Such bright colors in your photos, Laurie!
I like the one with the white and red boats. Lovley!
You should be on the payroll for this place because you certainly inspire me to what to visit with these great shots…
The pics are great and it looks like it’s just kids manning the boats. Is that right?? How very cool!
Love how you capture colour Laurie! Stunning shots, every single one.
I have a friend who lives nearby. Your photos help push me to want to visit!
Your blog today was so beautiful and brought back some very fond memories from our days living in New England. There is something so sincere and heartwarming there from those people that captures you and never leaves. Our oldest son had the advantage of spending 7 years there. He walked the Isaac Davis Trail during Patriots Day and still can put his fingers on the map they gave him.
You bring so much to us in your blogs and we just love watching Nolan grow up and his Grammie spoiling him. Like every Grammie should.
Thanks for sharing with us.
Look forward to seeing you Friday.
Hugs Bev Sent from my iPad
Boy this place looks like a whole lota fun.. Loving your photos.
OK, you’ve convinced me! Must go to Rockport some day…love the colour, the light and of course the nautical feel! Great images, Laurie.
What a wonderful atmosphere captured so idyllic… 🙂
So scenic isn’t it?
This is one of my very favorite towns in MA.
I love everything about it, and you have captured its character so beautifully, Laurie!
Rock port looks beautiful! Loos like you had an awesome day with the weather! Hugz Lisa and Bear
Oh so bright and colorful!! Fun place and fun photos!
Very colorful & pleasing to the eye!
Beautiful, vivid photos, Laurie. I can almost smell seafood 😉
I love, love, love Rockport and this just makes me want to go back … but alas! It’s a pretty good hike from Kentucky. Enjoy it enough for both of us!
What a lovely, nautical sunny place …and what a pity I am so geographically challenged to jump on that train! 🙂
Gosh I really love these photos — the colours are so brilliant but I also am so drawn to anything that lives along the sea!
Great photos as always…. my favorite has to be all the buoys hanging on the wall above the yellow cages.
Yes, it is one of my favorites too! It is going in our gallery wall.
gorgeous photos, love the brights! What a quaint and wonderful town, I am pinning some photos to use for a painting!
Jenna, I would be honored if you did a painting of one of my photos☺
Laurie…the reds and blues really pop in these photos. You have a delicious eye!
Beautiful images Laurie. What struck was the colours. Full of life.
Love these photos !
Really loving all the colours!!
I’d love to take a train from Boston to Rockport, did once from Philly to Boston in September 🙂 Happy Tuesday, Laurie!
Lovely shots, Laurie! The colors are just amazing, and are much needed for days like today.
Thank you Gracie…I wish I was back there♥
wow! love the vibrant pictures, especially the ones the the reds. They caught my eyes immediately. Would love to go to that seafood restaurant 🙂
what a breath of light to my grayness… so delightful
I am so glad…I was hoping it would brighten those who were living in the grey and cold right now.
it worked 🙂
I love the colours in this city!
Don’t think we saw Rockport when we were there but we sure went to that station to get other places. Miss the seafood 🙂 Great shots.
Love it there! Nothing like New England seafood, clam chowder and sights/sounds.
Oh, what a beautiful place – would like to go there!
Fabulous shots Laurie.
How charming that this town describes you and Tarzan 🙂
Perfect post to read on a super cold morning! Ahh, summers in Rockport!
This charming town looks like a place I’d like to put on my bucket list … reminds me of Newport, R.I. Great, colorful pix!
Gorgeous photos of a wonderful Maine town. We feel very fortunate that we have a Downeaster train stop right here in our town. 🙂
Wonderful colors. You really captured the essence of the area
Love the red in the signs. These are lovely pics! 🙂
The small sail boat looks fun to give it a try.
Such a symphony of colors … Lovely Pictures! And the signs of Grilled Seafood make my mouth water – would love to spent a weekend in this town!
Love this town — and they have lots of activities, festivals, etc. But mostly it’s these quintessential photos like yours that show us the charm of the quaint town. Thanks for sharing!
Wonderful pictures.. Thank you ❤
I love the charm and feel of this place that you show in your photos. I have read fiction books set in Rocort. Nice to see what it looks like.