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... Boston. I did not realize how far close we were to the Freedom Trail until we happened upon the replica of a British tea ship. Kenneth and Heather were juniors in high school when we took a trip with the teachers of Northern California conference and I insisted that they let me film them throwing the bales of tea overboard. I'm sure you can imagine how much they enjoyed that! We continued up the street among the huge high-rise buildings and ran into the ...
... Freedom Trail at The Central Burying Ground. Lots of important white folk here. If you liked those famed portraits of George Washington, the guy who painted them, Gilbert Stuart, he's here resting not far from an unaccounted number of British soldiers who died of disease during the occupation of Boston in 1775.
A Quaker Choir we're singing nearby, conspicuous by their "praise God" hymns and tight harmonies. Even Deanne was impressed. We sat digging their proverbially ...
... me on my way. Seriously. And I was the first person in the line for the day!! Customs only opened when we landed so I was literally his first visitor. Would hate to be the last one he sees on his shift. Anyhoo.
Doing a little more typing from inside the brand new 737-800 that I am taking from LA to Boston. It’s nice and shiny. By some stroke of good fortune – not my own – I have wound up in ...
Left New York this morning on the way to Boston. Drove thru a large forrest only a couple of hours from New York - so much lush greenery, bridges, lakes - beautiful. Walked a short way on the Freedom Trail. Visited the site of the Boston Massacre and Boston Common & some old buildings including the Old ...
... a guided tour to see inside. We got some great views of the stadium from the original wooden bleachers. Lauren was particularly interested in the press box, Ash enjoying the view of the field from atop the "Green Monster", a huge green wall at the end of centre field stopping balls from going out of the stadium if hit well enough! Being the 1st of April, on the streets we had some April fools pranks tried on us. Some local kids asked "can I borrow your jacket" on this freezing ...