Jesse Harlow House
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... making love at midnight in the dunes on the cape, You're the love that I look for, come with me and escape". Now Sheree could go on at length about this stupid song (and did) but we will not put you all through this.
Today we decided to head toward the "elbow" of the flexing arm that is Cape Cod. We slogged through the traffic but it became lighter and lighter the further in we went. We chose to get off the highway at Cape ...
... the interstate, we eventually found a motel in Milford. In reception was a huge half friendly cat called Angel. Basically the motel was a truck stop, but the room was clean and comfortable despite a strange system of heating and aircon both on full blast. We grappled with the phone system and ordered a pizza. An hour later we phoned again to find we'd given the wrong room number... Eventually we got a disappointing small but tasty pizza and Caesar salad, and played Uno before turning ...
So, after the success of this mornings walk in Beacon Hill, I decided to join Saba and John for this afternoon's jaunt around Back Bay. I had time for a little lunch [Chipotle!] before I needed to be at our meeting point for the tour. I walked a little of the way, but decided I didn't quite have time to do the whole distance without being late, so I jumped on the T. It's around the 33 degrees mark in Boston today, and I am told humidity is almost 100%. It's sweltering... so the air-con ...
Well another busy day. I'm starting to feel run down and tired. So much information, so much input. My head is spinning.
Tomorrow my new group and I will spend the day putting together a presentation for Friday. So there's not much to say on that. It should be managable and I have a feeling all will be fine.
... hard tack), beer, peas, beans, and dried meat if available. One of the original pilgrims, John Alden and his wife Priscilla, received land from a homestead act and built a house that is still there today. It was built in Duxbury, Massachusetts but they still had to return to Plymouth for worship at the towns hall. They did not have horses so they traveled by donkey or even walking the 15 mile journey. The house is still in possession of the Alden descendants where ...