Wachusett Village Inn
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... capture it on camera. Unfortunately the torrential rain on the wind shield wouldn't cooperate. Ugh!
Big thanks to the two huge freight trucks I followed as my beacon of light and safety. I picked the first one up at the NY/MA state line through to the Springfield exit and then followed the second one the rest of the way to Boston. Truckers were my heroes that day.
... firing, despite orders to stop, on the fleeing colonials. When the smoke cleared eight colonials lay dead. As the British troops continued down the road to Concord, news of the shooting spread to neighboring communities, and militiamen flocked to the British line of march between Boston and Concord.
On arriving in Concord the British began searching house to house for the arms. A group of British ...
... some of our small six-person group. The whole tour took just about an hour, through which you see almost the entire house (except the basement and an old servant's room that the museum uses as an office).
I loved, loved, loved the house. When the tour guide said that Mr. Gropius lived here but taught at Harvard University, I realized he had lived exactly as I'd like to: in an incredible modern home, in the beautiful country, ...
... seeds that need to be watered daily. And, the house just feels better when people are there. Thanks, Avi!!
P.S. We have scratched the Grand Canyon and written to the Arizona Governor and Speaker to tell them. Countries need immigration laws, but not ones that ignore human rights. So, thanks. This gives us more time for Yellowstone, a biggie on the list of "must ...
... All of this takes time, time I do not have to waste on cleaning my room.
This final blog is the most difficult of them all. I have logged almost everything that has happened to me over the past few months - something I have never done before - and I find it difficult to find words that conclude this experience.
Over the last few months, I have never heard a single phrase more: "the grass is always greener on the other side." Well, folks, these last three ...