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... bronze angel overlooking his sarcophagus. Not too easy to find in Albany Rural Cemetery either. A sad place, and I sort of sensed the sadness he must have felt when he lost his precious wife. Haven't felt that way at any other gravesite. Interesting.
Then it was down the road just 19 miles to the grave of Martin Van Buren. What an interesting fellow. Check his picture out sometime. He had red hair, but in his older pictures he's got ...
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... the seat of government for Massachusetts. It was nice to see the suburbs and the end of the walk took us past an outdoor ice rink made on one of the ponds in the Boston Common. We met with the guide for the Freedom tour, heading off with the bells marking 1200 on the dot. Our guide for the tour was dressed in a historical consume and was very enthusiastic and fun. She took us to and explained the Boston Common, ...
... died, as have mine, so it might be a spot of shopping this afternoon. Dad doesn't think he should get new shoes, "he can just resole them as they are new". He hasn't had them that long apparently. Just over six years.....(good Lord, most people's shoes only last 2 years maximum!). We have convinced him to resole them at home and get some new shoes here where it is cheaper. Some habits die hard when you grow up one of fifteen children in the 1950s. Waste not, want not. ...
... the shady side - which turned out to be a huge mistake. We got stuck by barriers far below the finish line, so Taina and I took a deep breath and walked ALL the way around, in the sun, then up Newbury Street before cutting over to a very sunny, hot, and crowded spot just below the finish line.
Sadly, we missed the first runners because of all the extra time it took us. We saw some runners finish, heard lots of bells, and risked ...