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... why I had prescription for it?? Back home to try and figure out what Christmas treats to bake now and which to do in Boston. Not much time left till flight!
Tuesday Nov 18th—I accomplished a lot today and made up packages for the treats I will make in Boston for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Will be easy to finish mixing and baking them. Did some last minute shopping and then house stuff. More ‘greenery’ for my yard, a bit ...
... one more dose of Lobster for a late lunch! Wandered around the very lovely Harbourside.
This morning the temperature is predicted to be 25 degrees and we are packing ready to catch the first leg of our 27 hour journey home!
We are all sad to be ending this great adventure - we have had a ball together and being with such good, old(!) friends has been the icing on top of the cake.
See you all soon and we promise not to bore you too ...
Our last stop on The Freedom Trail was The Battle of Bunker Hill Monument, site of the first major battle between Patriots and British forces in the War for Independence. The Brits had 3 cracks at taking the high ground, and it was a case of third time lucky simply because the Patriots ran out of ammo. Still, it showed both sides that this theatre of war wasn't about to host a one act play. The Patriots had what it takes to lick the enemy, all over if ...
... again, I am so fortunate to be a patient at The Dana Farber-Brigham & Womens Cancer Center (DF-BWCC). Dr Maria Castells is a world expert and pioneered an allergy desensitization procedure for safely receiving medicine one needs when there is a likelihood of an allergic reaction. Not many places in the USA have the capability to do this. I don’t know what happens at hospitals that don’t have this expertise. Perhaps the drug protocol for the patient is changed. ...
... agreed to do the aquarium later in the day...
First stop was to see the memorial to the Irish immigrants who arrived in their tens of thousands during the exodus as a result of the potato famine.
It is a very well done group of bronze statues with 6-8 bronze plaques recounting the plight of the Irish arriving in Boston.
We stood there contemplating the fate of all those poor souls WHEN all of a sudden as if as a sign from ...