Category: Monthly Pulse

Max Out of Pocket – October

Well, we made it through the army of leaf-peepers that descended on our town for the first few weeks in October. The peak fall foliage weekend for our area landed right on Columbus Day this year. It was probably one of the more spectacular displays of colors I have seen so far during my tenure here in New England.  As we did in September, we spent most of October just getting back into the routine...

Max Out of Pocket – September

Summer is out and fall is in. It is hard to believe the Max Out of Pocket crew is heading into our third fall here in New England. This is a beautiful part of the country to be in for this time of year. The only negative is as the leaves start changing the “leaf-peeping” tourists start flooding the area. I shouldn’t complain, though. Tourists bring in money that lands in the pocket of people...

Max Out of Pocket – August

August has come and gone, and we are somehow moving into a new school year. It is almost hard to believe. Mrs. Max OOP started teacher workdays last week and has kids again this week. I have closed out another busy summer at work while still managing to get in several long travel weekends and a full week off in July to host my family in our home vacation town. We even got in some...

Max Out of Pocket – July

I have been slacking a bit here at Max Out of Pocket. Considering everything we’ve had going on, it is pretty surprising I even managed to squeeze out four posts in July. But that’s okay because we have been busy living life. When I last checked in, I mentioned that we were in the middle of a staycation in our little vacation town here in New England. Talk about a great way to start the...

Max Out of Pocket – June

The Max Out of Pocket crew pretty much maxed out June 2019 to its fullest. We started the month in Boston playing golf and ended it with a little staycation in our home (vacation) town in New England. We also squeezed in a four day trip to Canada to see the highest tides in the world. We were even able to stay pretty busy around here at the blog. All of this while holding down...