Pilgrim Sands on Long Beach
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... extremely harsh winter. One of the things that happens each winter is that most of their boats are covered in a white plastic shrink wrap material.
I had mentioned that the area experienced a record snow fall and extremely harsh winter. One of the things that happens each winter is that most of their boats are covered in a white plastic shrink wrap material.
Ann and John, who have been so good to ...
... that is a grasshopper. It is said to be a copy of the one in London's Royal Exchange where Peter Faneuil was member. Stories are told that during the War of 1812 suspicious people were quizzed about what was on top of Faneuil Hall. Since all Bostonians knew it was a grasshopper an incorrect answer outed you as a spy. In front of the Hall was a busker that was playing his "drums" and was quite good. The marketplace was packed with people and ...
... look like, and I promise ill never wear them again once I get home... But the are sooooo summer camp :p photos will be burned when found. So the social was as per - girls aged 11- 15 grinding small boys and making out with them. it is the creepiest thing ever to be seen and I will need to see a therapist when I return home :p When I tell them their grinding is creepy and weird they ask me what I did ...
... their strange talents. one done a poor impression of me... hahahahaaaaa.
some people got to mane smores as well.... but not my bunk yet...one night soon i hope :D
so i have survived the fourth of july....its been a tough one! the camp never really done anything to celebrate it, guess the baseball game lastnight was basically for it :)
another day down :P
the tan is being topped up everyday. ohhh yeaaaa boy.
... intersection of Middle Street and Washington Street. Here where only trees and brush stand was the site of the original Weymouth Town Hall. It was built in 1852 but burned to the ground in 1914. There were no remnants of the old building, or anything that would give you a clue as to what stood there but for ...