On the lighthouse cruise we passed many other boats and people relaxing on the shore.
One of the many air demonstrations you'll see at the Quonsett Air Show.
You can get to this location on Quonsett by walking down a road open as a bike path. This scene looks nice, but the odd looking mound I was standing on to take the photo was eerie. I have no idea what is buried there, and the signs saying the water was polluted didn't help.
The day before Hurricane Earl is supposed to hit Rhode Island, I went to Point Judith Lighthouse in Narragansett. I counted 80 people surfing and more were continuously joining in. Here I could count 30 surfers, only one of which is actually surfing. The windy conditions were making it very sloppy, and with so many people in the water they were constantly dodging each other. Thankfully while I was there nobody collided!
The history behind Chepiwanoxet is pretty crazy. It was originally an island that people fished from, then turned to a vacation spot, then a plane factory which made it a peninsula, and now a park. There are remains around which is most likely from the factory.
A simple wooden fence at the Norman Bird Sanctuary. The way it was tied on was very interesting to say the least.