A great thing about living next to Concord (Massachusetts) is nonchalantly getting to take out-of-town visitors – with literary inclinations – to some pretty great local attractions. On an unseasonably warm and sunny Monday, we made an outing to Walden Pond and hiked the trail around the pond to find the original site of Henry David
Our house elf lets his hair down with Christmas approaching.
A fall day spent visiting the old cemetery in town.
Kimball Fruit Farm orchards, Pepperell, Massachusetts
A little early morning fog on the Concord River today.
Grand Hyatt Lobby, E 42nd in NYC
Navigation Bell Buoy, Maine. Why can’t I see these without thinking of Jaws? Related articles Narragansett Beer Reintroduces ‘Jaws’ Beer Can (boston.cbslocal.com)
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Boston Public Garden at sunset
Boston Children’s Museum climbing structure