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"Sorry 'bout the delay folks, but it is Friday night in Boston!" We write this from the midtown hotel in Boston. We are currently lying together in a bed too small for two people, yet very spacey for one. The second, identical bed is still made up, but I think that one of us will be crawling into it soon... What a mad day! I'm writing this at 10.30pm eastern time, which is 3.30am gmt. We left nice and early from our house 15 hours ago. The ...
... I am happy with this, baby steps-ish, that I begin to like to perform. I didn't say that, by the way. (What? That I like to perform?) No. Yes. No. Okay, moving on, my teacher, Pamela J. Murray, who is a voice instructor and more, is the sweetest and talented. She is guided by Megan, who is an amazing piano player, jaw-dropping good. They make the classes the nicest. Pamela searched up a few songs for me, after my tone ladders and performance, that would fit my voice the best. She sent me ...
... we also went aboard the USS Cassin Young. The Cassin Young was a destroyer from the second World War named after a man who almost died at Pearl Harbor and then actually died about a month later. The destroyer packed tons of horrifying weapons used to give other sailors a terrifying death at sea. Like I said, horrifying.
After we had toured the ship, we got back on the cruise boat and sailed back across the harbor to Longwharf (so named because it is ...
Other than that the plane trip, with Rusty in the cockpit again, was smooth. We arrived in Boston safely and headed to the hotel where we were due to meet up with our wonderful friends, the Fleetwoods! We had arrived first so we checked in and headed out to grab some lunch. We'd only been back about 10mins when there was a knock at the door and we were greeted by our fabulous friends. We spent the next 20mins catching up and sharing travel stories. ...
... with separated bike lanes, and it's relatively flat. The historical part of the city, and really it's all historic, is very bikeable, the suggested route being 2.5 miles packed with revolutionary history and architecture dating back to the 17th century. Today was filled with such exploration; I got a full history lesson before lunch. Afterwards I moved out if last night's warmshowers and went to stay with a high ...