It was a brisk fall day. The sun was bright at 11:00 am when it wasn't ducking behind the continually moving clouds. Sometimes you come across a typical fall scene.
It was nice to see the square not clogged with traffic.
This is the restaurant that used to be a bank I mentioned a few blogs ago. This was the official ribbon cutting/grand opening/campaign stop event that actually drew a fair amount of people. All the city pols were there. It was so crowded when I went inside that I decided not to even try to take pictures. I picked what I thought was a good position near the door by a lamp post. I was in a better position than the photographers from the Boston Herald and the Boston Globe.
The man on the left is the owner of the restaurant. The mayor is in the middle and a city counselor.
All four local television network affiliates were present. The camera is really stuck in your face. Govenor Patrick arrives. I had a great spot.
Following behind Patrick is Congressman Ed Markey. I believe he's the Chairman of the Committee that comes up with other Committee's.
That leering man behind Patrick is the Congressman Markey. I didn't recognise him when I was taking the picture. When I looked at it later my first thought was Groucho Marx.
Left to right, the mayor, the governor and the congressman.
It's been a busy day. It's 11:35 pm as I write this. I was out most of the day. I took time out to watch the Patriots Game at 4 and finished all these pictures off before I started this. Time for bed.
I'm outta here.