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Best Place to See Spring Bloom in Massachusetts
Best Places to see Spring bloom
Spring has finally arrived! As the weather starts warms up, Massachusetts begins to bloom with flowers. Enjoy the beautiful start of spring at these amazing gardens and parks! 1....
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We Love Fort Point!
Fort Point
We can’t stop raving about our neighbors here in the Fort Point section of Boston, there are so many great bakeries, restaurants, shops, and more, all in the same...
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Driving Tips
Safety Tips: Driving in the Rain
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10 Best Road Trips in America
Road Trips
With the weather so grim and cold and warmer temps and longer days on their way, it can be nice to daydream about going on an amazing vacation. One...
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Furry Friend Friday
Furry Friend Friday With Bosco!
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It’s our favorite day of the week again, Furry Friend Friday!  Our special guest this week is extra cute if you ask us, he’s a 7 month-old schnauzer mix...
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Furry Friend Friday With Elvira!
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We’re back with your Friday pick-me-up!  Our special guest for today’s Furry Friend Friday interview is named Elvira!  This pretty lady is a 3 year-old cat who’s up for...
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Best Place to See Spring Bloom in Massachusetts

Best Places to see Spring bloom
Spring has finally arrived! As the weather starts warms up, Massachusetts begins to bloom with flowers. Enjoy the beautiful start of spring at these amazing gardens and parks! 1. Boston Public Garden Located in the heart of Boston, the Public Garden offers rotational plantings throughout the spring and summer months.  One visit wont be enough to see the blooming trees and fresh flowers. As the first public botanical garden in America, this green and flowering oasis in the heart of a great metropolis has become a Boston icon. After you stroll through the garden, be sure to ride a swan boat to get the full affect of this beautiful park! 2. Mount Auburn Cemetery This National Historic Landmark provides wonderful flowers, and amazing blooming cherry trees. Well known both for its architectural elements and the fame of some of its interred residents, including Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and Oliver Wendell... [...]
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Safety Tips: Driving in the Rain

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Get your Home Ready For Spring Checklist

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Use this checklist to get your house ready for the spring weather! [...]
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We Love Fort Point!

Fort Point
We can’t stop raving about our neighbors here in the Fort Point section of Boston, there are so many great bakeries, restaurants, shops, and more, all in the same neighborhood as our office!  Our awesome sales agent, Jeff is here to tell us about a few of his favorite spots in the area: The Club by George Forman III- Jeff loves this addition to the Fort Point Chanel. This new gym features over 130 classes, great trainers and fun workouts. The Club is located just a quick minute away from our office making it a popular place to work out for our team at MassDrive. This boxing gym created by George Forman offers unique training packages that are sure energize and excite you. If boxing isn’t your thing, The Club offers a variety of work outs from yoga, to spinning to circuit training. Sweet Green – Located on Congress... [...]
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10 Best Road Trips in America

Road Trips
With the weather so grim and cold and warmer temps and longer days on their way, it can be nice to daydream about going on an amazing vacation. One of the best ways to make the most of a vacation is by driving your way through beautiful beach towns, rugged cliffs, stunning mountains, and breathtaking scenery.  America has such a wide variety of landscapes and cultures that you’re sure to have unforgettable experiences with each of these amazing road trips. Pacific Coast Highway, California: About 300 Miles  The Pacific Coast Highway spans the entire length of the West Coast with amazing views of the Pacific Ocean and mountains. Heading south to north will guarantee amazing sites the entire way for the driver, but either way you will not be disappointed. Starting in Southern California, you’ll wind your way though a skinny road with ocean views on the left, and... [...]
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How To Care For Your Car After Winter

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With temperatures heating up into the 50s this week, we’re getting closer and closer to Spring! While Winter isn’t quite over just yet, it’s time to start de-winterizing your car. From all the snow, salt and below freezing temperatures, your car has had a rough winter. Here are 6 ways you can care for your car after this brutally cold and snowy season. 1. Wash your car! Many times people get lazy in the winter washing their car because they know it’s going to get dirty from the snow and salt the next day. Buy washing regularly, about every 7 to 10 days, you’ll prevent the corrosive salts used to de-ice roadways that can cause rust and damage to your paint. Pay extra attention to the undercarriage, where salt likes to hide and corrode the body of your vehicle. 2. Check your tire pressure. This is especially important to... [...]
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How to Protect Your Home From Melting Snow

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March 2015 Events in Massachusetts

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Ride out rest of winter with these awesome activities happening this month!  From parades to film festivals, Massachusetts is full of exciting events.  Bundle up and head out to MassDrive’s top 5 must-see events! WinterFest Weekends at Fruitlands March 1st- March 28th: Harvard, MA Grab your sleds, snowshoes, and cross-country skis and discover the beautiful snow-covered hills and woodland trails at Fruitlands. After you’re done exploring, come inside the museum to enjoy a toasty fire, hot chocolate and see the Fruritlands’ amazing exhibits. From the culturally unique “100 Objects, 100 Stories” temporary exhibit, to the wonderful art gallery, there is as much to explore inside the museum as there is outside. The Salem Film Festival March 5th- March 12th: Salem, MA Entering its eighth year, Salem Film Fest is one of New England’s largest documentary film festivals and presents a rich and diverse collection of the year’s best work... [...]
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Top 5 Skiing Mountains in New England

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With all the snow this winter has brought, one of the best ways to enjoy it is to go skiing! New England is luckily enough to have some of the best ski resorts. Thanks to all the record-breaking storms, conditions on the mountains have been great this year. Here are the top 5 mountains within a 3 hours drive from Massachusetts. Best Family Friendly Mountain Loon Mountain in New Hampshire Located in the scenic White Mountain National Forest, this mountain offers beautiful scenery and ample snowfall. Loon offers wide groomed trails, tree glades and steep moguls. At night take advantage of the variety of shops and restaurants. For those of you who need a break from skiing, the resort includes an ice castle, a winter zip-line, cross-country skiing, snow shoeing, snow tubing and an adventure center. Runs: 61 Most Terrain Parks Okemo Mountain Resort in Southern Vermont Okemo’s accommodates... [...]
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Top 10 Places to go Sledding in New England

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For all the annoying problems that come with snow, it can be easy to forget how much fun it can be.  New England, with all its wonderful mountains and hills, has great places to go sledding. Don’t fret if you don’t have a sled, grab a inner tube, or trash can lid, or check out these awesome DIY ideas to make your own! 1.For those brave at heart and willing to travel, check out Suicide Hill in Bangor, Maine.  It’s icy and steep, which makes fast the only speed to go down. 2. Larz Anderson Park in Brookline, MA will make anyone happy.  They have all types of hills, and a snack shop.  Also, huge bonus for having bathrooms. 3.  The “Bowl” next to Jamaica Pond in Boston, MA provides a little extra fun at the end of your trip down. Like the name suggests, its bowl shaped so... [...]
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