"I'm sorry I can't let you in sweetie." said my sister. She then rang the second floor doorbell and we went inside. I then thought, "I would like to see the look on their faces when they open the door and find the cat sitting there."
I knew I had more pictures of Boston but it would take a while to sort through and and pick pictures to consider. I also used this as a way to unwind before I went to bed. It was nice to re-visit these places again. We would take these little trips from time to time. It was usually Arlene and I though it could be with my friend Dave.
One day a couple of years Dave and I found that we both had nothing to do so we decided to go into Boston via public transportation and hit the observation deck of Prudential Building. Some of those pictures are here. Other day, well afternoon trips really, are here as well. A trip to the North End. The original Boston before all the landfill happened. It is old Boston and Boston's "little Italy". There's a combination of historic (Paul Revere's house, the Old North Church ect.) and a European feel. It's an area filled with restaurants, Italian food stores, cafe's and pastery shops. It's a special place to me personally despite the narrow streets and non existing parking. My uncle had a store there and now my cousin is running it. You'll never have a bad meal here no matter which restaurant you choose and there are plenty.
Arlene and I hopped a bus one winters day and went to the Harvard Museum of Natural History. Great museum. I included pictures from a walk around the campus. Here's the video.
So things are begining to settle down but it's still all very fresh. Ok it's time to get on with the day. It's been a beautiful day this whole blog has taken me a while.
I'm outta here.