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I had to borrow a quote from the Avette Brothers to start this whole thing. It seems more than relevant (not only because Cam and I saw them in concert a few days ago for our last Friday night date night for three months) but also because it's kind of what I did. I've never been much of a stress or plan kind of person. When it was time to pick a major for college I ...
... a walk around Jamaica Pond, about 10 minutes from the house, before walking back up and eating at Robinwood Cafe again. This time, we'd planned on a dish a little smaller than our ribs from a couple of nights ago, so both had the pancakes. With the price only $5 each and a description of 'A stack of 3 pancakes' we thought we'd be okay for lunch... Whoops. Three huge pancakes, each about 10 times thicker than a normal pancake but the same width, were soon in front of us ...
... go out with them, although knowing I was underage they knew that was going to be difficult, so instead we all decided to go out for a second dinner at some dodgy Chinese restaurant, where not one waiter looked like they didn't want to kill us. That night I managed to fall asleep with a lidless, full, bottle of water on my bed, and let me just tell you all that when you're away from home, a 'wetting the bed' scare is never what you want. Monday, I had chosen ...
... sanctuaries. The director of Marine education and conservation for whale watching trips with Boston Harbour cruises (The company I went with), Laura Howes, was quoted in the article saying that What appears to be attracting the huge numbers if whales along with a range of other aquatic life, is an influx of eellike fish called sand lance. They had a plastic version of this fish aboard our boat and they are about 6 inches long and about the size of two or three biro pens ...
... were they only ones on the tour so it was like our own private tour. The splashdown was pretty fun although you don't get wet, it quite a ride. During the tour I got to steer the duck which was just a case of flicking a switch left or right! After the tour we travelled back to Quincy market area as President Obama was visiting and making a speech at Fanuil Hall. We saw his massive escorts surrounding his car as ...