Vintage campers to converge at Mass.’s Salisbury Beach

SALISBURY, Mass. — The Daily News of Newburyport reports that dozens of canned hams are heading to the Salisbury Beach State Reservation this weekend for the third annual Hoot and Howl.

Forty-nine campers made the trek last year, and event organizer Heidi Rowell hopes to see more this time around.

“People should just have fun,” Rowell said. “Meet new people. See old friends. Have a relaxing weekend.”

This year’s party will begin with an icebreaker social Friday night. A brunch will start the day on Saturday, followed by a public open house and a potluck dinner with Yankee swap. The evening will end with a campfire. Sunday has a continental breakfast, followed by the breakdown, and then everyone will be on their way, says The Daily News of Newburyport.

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Kelly Cauthorn

Kelly Cauthorn

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