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You join me on a short trip to Boston Massachusetts, land of the free and home of the brave. My journey this week is twofold, on the one hand to present the latest forecast for our business to my Divisional team and two to reach out to the US team and explain the reasons behind, benefits of and urgency for change to our North American based …
... a full grown butterfly.
Fourth Stage: Butterfly- the butterfly emerges shaky and wet from the cocoon, they begin to flutter their wings to dry them and within a few hours they fly off to live out their last stage of life.
First Stage: Childhood
I had a great childhood, growing up the youngest of four children in a small town 30 miles north of Boston. We were comfortably middle-class and had a large backyard for ...
... isn't Sam Adams but Paul Revere who had 16 children. So I guess my knowledge is limited to 2 facts about marketing of beer and the fertility of a man who likes to ride horses. Maybe I should have paid more attention but who knows maybe it will come up in a pub quiz some day. After my 'learning' I went for a harbour tour that came free with my trolley tour. I saw the oldest ship in the US navy and some other boats and stuff. It was nice and a pretty view of Boston ...
... the park beside it. Amazing, apparently they have panic buttons for students if they get lost underground.
In the afternoon, I wandered around MIT with Shelia and Dan who I had met from the hostel where we tried to 'accidentally' break into the Wright Brother's Wind Tunnel before being headed onto the official self guided tour of the campus. We checkout their library (no where near as good as Harvard's) and admired the differences in building styles. The day was ...
... special exhibition with lots of great pics of famous models and another area of photos of the royals. Always disappointing that Australia doesn't seem to exist in the world of art overseas. Really nice building and some interesting objects. Nice lunch. Caught a tram into central Boston to do a mall walk through the Prudential. Typical mall except for a Saks. Bought nothing and headed ...
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