Scenes from our trip to Faneuil Hall Marketplace in Boston.
Well, our house looks gorgeous. Too bad we’re moving.
Boston Globe: Families mourn as investigation of Boston Marathon bombings continues
Over Spring Break, The Five-Year-Old and I visited Hammond Castle, a medieval-style castle built by John Hays Hammond in the 1920s.
I confess, I love visiting the Franklin Park Zoo in winter. True, the giraffes, the budgies, and the other warm-weather animals are in their winter enclosures and off-exhibit. You have to visit the farm animals in the barn, rather than in the much better ventilated outdoor petting zoo. The usually marvelous gardens contain only the dry stalks of last summer’s blooms. The carousel and other outdoor rides are dismantled. And there are no butterflies. But there are no crowds, either.
Our third snowstorm in three weeks didn’t drop quite enough snow to make snow cream, but I’ll happily settle for lacy trees and a day off…
The Five-Year-Old provided for scale. The drift behind her is our Camry. But it could be worse. At least it hasn’t been raining spiders. Related Links:…
The Snowpocalypse is upon us. When The Five-Year-Old and I heard that Governor Patrick had ordered the roads in Boston had closed to all non-emergency travelers,…
As we mentioned last week, the entire Caterpickles Clan is thrilled that after millions of dollars in renovations and two years of very hard work by the theatre’s new owner Susan Lewis, the Norwood Theatre has finally reopened! The grand reopening gala happened August 31st, 2012–85 years after the theatre’s original opening on August 31st, 1927.
On a recent trip to Plymouth, The Five-Year-Old was unimpressed by Plymouth Rock. “Mommyo, is that the real Plymouth Rock? It looks real, but only realish.”