Armed with vaccine, Massachusetts couple checks out sites in southeastern Connecticut
Stonington — The COVID-19 vaccine has made one couple from Massachusetts feel comfortable and safe enough to take getaways within driving distance for a change of scenery.
On Thursday, Roberta and Ken Murphy of Rockland were in Stonington Borough, where they visited the Old Stonington Lighthouse Museum. Roberta said they were on a two-day getaway and had looked on Google for things to do in Stonington and the lighthouse was on the list.
They also have been eating and doing activities outdoors.
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