Top 10 Best Places To Live In Maryland - Best Places to Raise a Family
Looking for a great place to raise a family? You'll love these 10 Maryland communities.
What are your priorities for a home town in Maryland? If you're planning to raise a family, you might be looking for great schools,
abundant parks, organic food stores, and farmer's markets, and plenty of kid-friendly cultural activities.
If that sounds like your city shopping list, you have plenty of options in Maryland. The state boasts some of the finest public
school districts in the nation, after all. It's packed with history, culture, shopping, and outdoor adventures. If you're searching for the perfect place for kids to grow up, check out these top Maryland cities.
1. Ellicott City.
2. Severna Park.
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A small state with a lot of nicknames: The Nutmeg State, the Constitution State, the Yankee State, the Land of Steady Habits and the Provision State. Public Affairs Officer Jan Krč describes Connecticut, then and now. #50states #CT
Not many people are familiar with my home state. My name is Jan Krč and I'm the Public Affairs Officer at the U.S. Embassy in Vienna. And I'd like to introduce you to Connecticut. I come from New Haven, Connecticut's second largest city and its principal seaport.
Connecticut is the third smallest state, but also one of the most densely populated. Three and a half million people live within the state's 5 ½ thousand square mile territory.
The name Connecticut comes from the Native American word, Kenetuket, which means, beside the long tidal river. The official state nickname is the Constitution State. This is because the early British settlers were governed by the Fundamental Orders of 1638 which are considered by many historians to be the first ever written constitution and these Orders served as the basis for the much better known U.S. Constitution. My state is also known as the Nutmeg State and people from Connecticut are sometimes called Nutmeggers. That nickname may have come from sailors in the 18th and 19th centuries returning from their voyages with this spice.
My state has another nickname, the Land of the Steady habits. And some people call it the Yankee State.
Connecticut is one of the original 13 colonies and became an official state in 1788. It's part of the group of states known as New England.
Connecticut was previously home to about 6 to 7 thousand Native Americans before Dutch fur traders arrived in 1614. In 1633, the Dutch purchased land from the Algonquian tribe and erected a fort and trading post at what is now Hartford, the state capital. Later, it was taken over by British settlers from neighboring Massachusetts who established their first settlement in Connecticut at Wethersfield in 1634.
My state is very industrious. It is called the birthplace of Yankee ingenuity, ranking first in the nation in the per capita numbers of engineers and issued patents. As early as 1657, there was a thriving ship building industry in Connecticut.
George Washington even gave Connecticut one more nickname -- The Provision State because of the aid the state gave during the Revolutionary War.
Eli Whitney, the inventor of the cotton gin in 1798, lived in Connecticut. But did you also know that Whitney was the mastermind behind the idea of mass production? He used standard parts to produce muskets in 1798. That revolutionized industrial production in the U.S. and his cotton gin made that crop pre-eminent in the American south.
In the early 1900s, Groton, Connecticut, became the site of a U.S. Submarine Base. And the state became a munitions supply center in World War I. Connecticut remained an important supplier during the Second World War, producing planes, engines, propellers, submarines and other supplies. The first atomic powered submarine, the U.S.S. Nautilus was launched there in 1954. Today, Groton is still the center for U.S. submarine development and construction.
And modern day Connecticut based factories also produce sewing machines, jet engines, helicopters, motors, hardware, tools, cutlery, clocks, locks and silverware.
Here are some of the firsts for Connecticut:
Founded in 1764, the Hartford Courant is the oldest continuously published newspaper in the U.S.
America's first law school was founded in 1784 in Litchfield.
The first tax-supported public library opened in Salisbury in 1803.
The first commercial telephone exchange was established in New Haven in 1878.
And many other first inventions came from my state like the sewing machine in 1846, ice making machine in 1853, the vacuum cleaner in 1933, the helicopter in 1939 and color TV in 1948.
Connecticut is more than industrial cities. The small colonial towns and rural areas attract many tourists. The resorts along the Long Island Sound shoreline are also popular. In fact, two thirds of the state are open land with more than 100 state parks and forests.
Not only does Connecticut have a beautiful landscape, it's also an easy commute to New York City. That's why many famous people chose to live there. And that might be the reason Connecticut has the highest per capita income of all U.S. states. Katharine Hepburn, Dylan McDermott, Milos Forman and Christopher Walken have all lived in Connecticut. And Meg Ryan grew up in Fairfield.
The 1988 film, Mystic Pizza, starring Julia Roberts, is based on an actual pizza parlor in Mystic, Connecticut. To this day, the state has the best pizza in the U.S. and it was in a New Haven eatery named Louis that the first ever hamburger was served in 1895. In addition to celebrities, Connecticut has its share of famous people from history.
Winter in Connecticut
Connecticut spans just 110 miles from east to west. And 70 miles from north to south. But across our diverse yet compact regions, you'll find everything you need to both unplug and recharge this winter! #CTvisit
Newburyport, MA - 10 best things to do
Imagine strolling the boardwalk, browsing in eclectic shops, checking out beautiful historic architecture and enjoying the island life – all in one place! It's a dream made possible in Newburyport.
Located on the Merrimac River just 35 miles north of Boston, Newburyport has a bit of everything to offer visitors and residents alike. Visitors will want to stay in the city’s many charming B&Bs while residents enjoy all the amenities the city has to offer, including top-ranked schools and easy access to Anna Jacques Hospital. Newburyport is also popular for recreational boating and an official Coast Guard city. Just a short 15 minutes cruse down the Merrimac brings you to the Atlantic ocean with some of the best fishing and sailing around.
From its roots as a shipbuilding seaport, Newburyport has grown into a hip urban destination with plenty of idyllic charm. While downtown, you’ll want to join those walking the boardwalk and taking in the breathtaking view of the river. You’ll find a little something for everyone (and even yourself) in the local shops and unique art galleries. You’ll love dining al fresco in the city’s diverse restaurants and taking in the many outdoor concerts and festivals.
Just a mile away you’ll find a beach oasis on Plum Island. The barrier island offers a taste of “island life” within the city limits. Plum Island is perfect for sunbathing in the summer, but also for birdwatching and enjoying nature in every season.
The city’s 480-acre Maudslay State Park and many other trails provide plenty of ways to enjoy nature. All you have to do is step outside your door to enjoy year round outdoor activities, from walking and biking to cross country skiing and snowshoeing.
Downtown Newburyport has maintained its charm by preserving the city’s many old buildings and has a state designated cultural district. You’ll feel like you’re walking back in time as you wander the brick-lined neighborhoods, taking in all the Federalist and Victorian architecture.
But Newburyport is a forward-thinking city, too. The industrial park is home to 80 businesses and growing. Companies large and small have found Newburyport to be the perfect place, especially with easy access to major routes like 95 and 495 and a close-proximity to Boston.
Whether you’re looking for the perfect day-trip or for your new home, Newburyport is it.
Devil's Hopyard State Park and Chapman Falls, East Haddam, CT, USA
Devil's Hopyard State Park and Chapman Falls, East Haddam, CT, USA
Parks in Connecticut
Hike up Mount Frissell, the highest point of Connecticut
My hike up Mount Frissell to the highest point of Connecticut in the summer of 2015.
Top 15 Rated Tourist Attractions in Canada
Top 15 Rated Tourist Attractions in Canada.
KENT FALLS,KENT CONNECTICUT
Beautiful Kent falls in Kent CT is one of connecticuts state parks.this park has a very scenic trail to hike along the waterfall.when you get to the top of the falls,there is a small,slow river to wade in.park offers restrooms and has picnic tables and grills.there is a fee for parking on weekends and holidays.great place to go for family picnic.
A beautiful roadside waterfall in Middletown, Connecticut.
4th Connecticut Lake - US/Canada Border Hike
Today’s adventure took us to the 4th Connecticut Lake along the US/Canadian border.
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