|Woke up to rain but warm day around 20 C. Easy to find the State House at Providence, Rhode Island, the general assembly has used this building since 1901. The large marble dome is supposed to be the forth largest unsupported dome in the world. The bronze statue on top of the dome is ‘Independence Man’.
Took I 95 to Mystic Connecticut and camped for the night at Seaport Campground. Early in the afternoon when we arrived so had time to explore the area and find the Old Lighthouse Museum. The museum was at the end of a narrow dead end road. One side of the road was for parking the other lane was for two way traffic. The lighthouse and attached keeper’s house were built in 1840 from stone used in an earlier lighthouse, the tower only 30 feet high.
Old Mystic Village Mall is a collection of 60 stores arranged like a village around a park and pond. The buildings are old looking wooden structures, with modern specially stores and restaurants. Really fun place to shop.
On the way back to the trailer we came to road construction, instead of having flag people there was a stop sign, then a sign “3 vehicles at a time“!