Planes, trains and ferries; travel to New York by way of Boston

It was a busy week/weekend of cross-country travel for me. I took the red-eye to Boston Wednesday night for a two-day meeting/site visit with the good folks at Health Leads. We did some hands-on social media training and also took the first steps toward building their new website to launch next year.

Friday saw me take just about every conceivable method of transportation (minus helicopter) to get down to New York for a relaxing weekend with the family. The ferry ride across the Long Island Sound — during a zero-visibility rainstorm, at dusk — was a little harrowing.

It being just a week removed from my mom’s 60th birthday, it was great to spend some quality time with her and enjoy some good meals and time outdoors in the sunny New York July, something I’ve not experienced in years. On my last day out before flying back to Portland, we lunched in Port Jefferson. Some pics:

My brother Kevin lounging poolside.

Kevin, Mom and Mike on the Port Jefferson docks.

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Stephen Hammill

A digital communications specialist with several years experience in media, SEO, digital marketing and public relations, I’ve worked to create content utilizing new media while training others to do the same. Find me on Google+, Twitter and LinkedIn.
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Author: Stephen Hammill

A digital communications specialist with several years experience in media, SEO, digital marketing and public relations, I’ve worked to create content utilizing new media while training others to do the same. Find me on Google+, Twitter and LinkedIn.

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