Great White Sasquatch!

If you haven't seen this yet, you should! I thought I would share a great little video that made me smile this morning. Happy Thursday! Thank you Justin Wren for sharing. Justin aka. "The Viking" Wren, a professional MMA fighter and UFC veteran, wanted to give back so he traveled to aid the Mbuti Pygmy tribe of Eastern Congo. He encountered... Continue Reading →

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Rita

We hitched a ride on the Water Ferry Rita from the Charleston Navy Yard to get to the Long Wharf instead of walking back to the T. It was cold, but I got lucky with the light. Right place, right time for a sunset boat ride! I tried a few panos as well... testing Photoshop Automate.... Continue Reading →

Don’t tread on me

Following the advice of another top 10 list of places to see in Boston, we visited the Boston Navy Yard. Just as we got there, the sun decided to take a nap and the wind picked up! *Once again remind me to visit Boston in the Spring or Summer! The USS Cassin Young was dry docked, and... Continue Reading →

Doyle’s

After the Sam Adams Brewery Tour, we stumbled onto the Party Trolley and met our driver, a character with a thick Baaston accent. He briefly explained where we were going and started the mirrored ball lights and party music, and I'm not exaggerating! Our destination was Doyle's (said with a fist pump) in the Jamaica Plains neighborhood... Continue Reading →

Boston Lager

Can't visit Boston without taking the Samuel Adams Brewery Tour! They ask for a $2 donation but the hour long tour is free! Who can say 'no' to FREE beer! The tour takes you through their testing facility, explains what goes into different beers, a brief history of Sam Adams, and of course ends with a... Continue Reading →

On Beacon Hill

We were on our way to breakfast at the Capitol Coffee House which was highly rated on Yelp when we saw the golden dome of the Massachusetts State House. Located on the top of Beacon Hill, and I mean the very TOP, the Massachusetts State House over looks the beautiful and famous Boston Common which in the... Continue Reading →

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