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... we got back to school. So I'm conflicted but I guess that means I'll be happy no matter what happens!
Since my last post, we did have another snow day. Last Monday we got around 8 inches I believe. They wouldn't tell us if we had the day off or not until 5:30 the day of because Sunday was the super bowl and the Patriots were playing. Let me tell you, it is really fun to watch the game in the city the team is from. A lot of team pride was shown. I watched the game with a bunch ...
... a fitting downturn in the music for a downturn in my journey. So yes, the next day I was going to do my usual and stomp around the city to take it all in and get a feel for the place. The feeling I got was… grey. The city was grey. The sky was grey. I felt… grey. And only one shade of grey. Oh how dull.
It was foggy. I couldn’t even see the top of the CN tower so that put paid to something I really wanted to do. I was gutted. I went down to ...
... Boston Common. "Wow" doesn't cover it. Now I know I keep talking about the amazing autumn colours. But I do genuinely feel so privileged to have witnessed this (even if there is a correlation with global warming...but that's a whole other conversation. And I don't do politics here.) So where was I. Yes, I remember, I was on the common. I wandered straight through and then main thing I noticed were the huge amounts of huge squirrels! By the time I ...
... combination treatment is taking its toll onmy stomach & energy. My blood counts are not unexpectedly low, keeping me very tired and even more susceptible to illness and infection. It has been a challenge to figure out how to eat when my otherwise healthy diet (vegetarian, seafood, salads, beans, fruit & nuts & gelato:)) is no longer appropriate. Despite the wealth of fun restaurants and prepared food available within a few ...
... to Harvard, the Co-op Bookshop and then MIT (the latter really an excuse to visit the Legal Seafood restaurant nearby. Oct 4 Hitting the road. Bags packed. A quick breakfast where we chatted to Dave and Rose who we'd not met before but who enjoyed the gift of a Guide to Boston from 2 pros to mere beginners. AVIS - very grumpy staff and then a journey in mist and rain mainly, to arrive in Camden, Maine having stopped on the way to collect maps, guides and take in the biggest ...
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