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Take a shad song

Commissioner Mary Griffin of the Massachusetts Department of Fish and Game and CRWA scientist Elisabeth Cianciola release shad larvae into the Charles.

In spring the U.S. 316 more words

The Boston Tea Party II

Read Part I here!

Second day started off with one of the best brunch I’ve had at Zocalo. Seriously though. I’ve never had better brunch food in my life and I’m pickier than 5-year-olds. 420 more words

Detailing, inside and out

This has been self-care week.    Self care as in get some stuff done this week because I have been blowing a lot of it off for a long time.   505 more words


They See Me Rowing..... They Hatin...

There’s nothing quite like Summer in Boston, and one of the best places to spend your youthful (or in your twenties during your quarterlife crisis) Summers is on the Charles River. 291 more words


Monday, June 23rd-Thursday, June 26th: Keeping Up with Bostonians

This week I headed to the city where the first things within our society started (the first market, colony, you name it, it was more than likely launched in Boston). 730 more words

Nice Interview About "Easy Walks in Massachusetts" Walking Trails Book

Check out my new book, Easy Walks in Massachusetts: Bellingham, Blackstone, Franklin, Hopedale, Medway, Milford, Millis, Uxbridge, Wrentham, and Woonsocket, RI. A book of 30 walking trails in 10 towns; includes directions, trail conditions, length of trails and more. 66 more words

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