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Tuesday 15th July
After a nice lie in and a spot of breakfast in the room (cereal bars, yoghurt and a banana - nothing fancy), we headed out to catch the subway into downtown to walk along the Freedom Trail. Starting at Boston Common, the trail is marked out along the pavement by a red brick line, and is free to walk along and pick up from wherever you want. It takes you past all the significant places in Boston's history, and details the buildings and people that ...
... of my heart. I am bull headed. I am most comfortable beginning the treatment process by myself. I'm not sick yet and while sitting around the hospital today is what I need to do, I don't see any reason for anyone else to be here too. I'm actually calmer & quieter by myself and I prefer to come in and get treatment without focusing on the reason for it. I hope to be like my amazing and brave cousin Tillie, and soldier on with my life during each step of the life ...
... On the way to the campground we made a stop to pick up some food and supplies at Walmart. At the campground, we set up the grill and chairs outside. We love being outside and taking the time to relax. Tommy and Clay grilled pork chops and asparagus while Morgan and I made a pasta salad for dinner. It was so relaxing to sit outside and eat and then watch television from our new comfy chairs we gave each other for Mother's Day and Father's Day. Tomorrow is a busy day in Boston! ...
... of the Boston Massacre, Kings Chapel, Granary Burying Ground and ended up at the Park Street Church right before the evening worship started at 4:00 p.m. I stayed a bit,but then headed back to the university where I bumped into the next group that had just arrived. We had coffee together, bought some water etc. and had dinner across the street.
So tomorrow a new day and new impressions.
... sanctuaries. The director of Marine education and conservation for whale watching trips with Boston Harbour cruises (The company I went with), Laura Howes, was quoted in the article saying that What appears to be attracting the huge numbers if whales along with a range of other aquatic life, is an influx of eellike fish called sand lance. They had a plastic version of this fish aboard our boat and they are about 6 inches long and about the size of two or three biro pens ...