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... be called who played this instrument. Perhaps you could make a suggestion in the "Comment' section. My thought was a Fingerling. I had another thought. I wonder how careful one had to be to avoid the 'domino disaster'!! One careless jiggle and down they all go one after another. Perhaps this is why they remain a museum piece. Samsung clearly got in on the act with the saucer instrument. Here the idea is the same but a mechanism sets the saucers spinning and ...
... scenic routes but failed to see the seals so we travelled South to Ćhatham but again to no avail on the seal front so a cuppa and cake was had there. Travelled to Plymouth and enjoyed wine and cheese in our room with sea view just 5m from the water. Oct 21 Pilgrims day. The Plimoth Plantation, being just across from the hotel, was an easy journey. This proved to be a most enjoyable day with a Wampanoag village of local people setting the history straight in a traditional village ...
... bake, our first freebie of the trip which we took advantage of to help out our budget. The rest of the night was taken up with backing up photos and packing. J & N
Day 8 - cloudy, cold
Day 9 - cloudy, cool/warm
Other things/muses about Boston...
- When an ambulance is trying to move through traffic it does lots of short sharp sirens, that sound like it's saying "whaaat" "say whaaat" I guess you have to ...
Sept 26th-Thursday-Up early-for us! Blue sky day. To the doctor facility to pick up a prescription and then walked to the bookstore where Phil’s book are IN THE STORE and on the shelves. We talked with the owner, Rob and the kid that we like and then had some tomato rice soup-great place for lunch! Next stopped at Middlesex Fells to hike to the Wright Tower-not a long hike but fairly steep and since the ...
... one thing that truly amazed me about this city was how green it was; for a city, there were so many trees! Also, unlike NYC or Philly, Boston seems less ... cramped.) we got some dinner. And actually we ended up eating in the mall at this place called Chowdah, which I thought was pretty good. I got a carbo-licious helping of New England clam chowder served in a bread bowl. Before heading back to Dorchester (where we stayed,) we checked out the finish line of ...