Category Archives: Massachusetts

The Sunday that Almost Got Away

The Sunday that Almost Got Away I lost Saturday and  now Sunday almost got away from me. My own fault. I was slow to get the laundry going so other resident’s of my condo got ahead of me. Consequently I … Continue reading

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The Ultimate Massachusetts Waterfalls Road Trip

The Ultimate Massachusetts Waterfalls Road Trip We dabbled with the Ultimate New Hampshire Road Trip. http://dustyroadsphotos.zenfolio.com/p64689055/h8036b37f#h8036b37f I need to make another trip back for a couple more waterfalls and a covered bridge but I just ran across this link http://www.onlyinyourstate.com/massachusetts/waterfall-roadtrip-ma/. You … Continue reading

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It’s a Matter of Dress

Navy Dress Code hasn’t Changed! When I was visiting the USS Constitution I was impressed by the way the sailors were dressed in period costume. But I was corrected. These may be vintage duds but the are still official Navy … Continue reading

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Old Ironsides, The Oldest Commissioned Naval Vessel Afloat!

Old Ironsides , Still Floating after all These Years! She is the world’s oldest commissioned naval vessel afloat. Every year she sails out of her berth at the Charlestown  Naval Yard to help Boston Celebrate the 4th of July. Well … Continue reading

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Please come to Boston

Please come to Boston for the Springtime That’s the first line of a Dave Loggins song. I can’t help but think that its a fitting intro to today post. I want to tell you about Boston in the springtime. My … Continue reading

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Jack, Kack, Lack, Mack, Nack

What was that Name again? Jack? What do Jack, Kack, Lack. Mack, Nack, Ouack, Pack and Quack have in common? They are the names of the eight little ducklings following Mrs. Mallard cross the Public Gardens in Boston. Non-Bostonians can … Continue reading

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You know Its Spring in Boston When

How do you know its Spring in Boston? Spring in Boston means different things to different people. To some it’s opening day at Fenway Park.  When the boys of summer come back north it must be spring, even if it … Continue reading

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How I met a Full Time Traveler

How I met a Full Time Traveler Last week I took a few hours off  from work to take a class at the Boston Center for Adult Education. http://www.bcae.org/Located on Arlington Street near the Arlington T stop on the Green … Continue reading

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Raff’s Cafe, Haverhill

Fresh Start Back at home I put the unpleasant airline experience behind me making plans with Joe to go Maple Sugaring. Vermont was holding it annual Maple Sugar Festival. On that weekend sugar houses, craft stores, Inns and Restaurants across … Continue reading

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Happy St Patrick’s Day

‘Tis great to be Irish (even if your not)because this is the one day of the year when everyone is a little bit Irish. Saint Patrick’s Day is an official Christian feast day observed since the 17th century. The day … Continue reading

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