Tags » Boston, Massachusetts

Graves Light

Yesterday I mentioned Graves Light that marks the North Channel into Boston Harbor. It isn’t as “pretty” as Boston light but its history is just as colorful. 285 more words


A Winter Wildlife Cruise

My Friend Nancy sent me a notice about a Winter Wildlife Cruise of Boston Harbor. There wasn’t a lot of information on the web site. In fact it didn’t even mention the date or dates. 344 more words



After four manic days in New York, we headed to Boston Massachusetts to watch an NFL game. We spent the rest of our time there browsing the many shopping malls and cobbled streets. 250 more words


Boca Raton Bowl: top 2017 NFL draft prospects

Looking for the top 2017 NFL draft prospects in this year’s bowl games? Draft Wire has you covered.


Memphis vs. Western Kentucky… 383 more words

Nfl Draft

J. E. Purdy - Early 20th Century Photo

This is a glorious early 20th century photograph – 1902 perhaps?  In a non-traditional pose this young woman decides to sit on the edge of the chair, arms over the arm of the chair.  158 more words

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Early American Portraiture: Review of Blindspot

If you like American Revolution historical fiction that is written in diary/letter form along with historical accounts (snippets of newspaper articles and the like), and portions of historically-significant works, you will like Jane Kamensky and Jill Lepore’s Blindspot. 359 more words

History - Historical Fiction

Canada & New England: Boston, Massachusetts

As we continue on with our Canada & New England adventure aboard the Regal Princess, I’m excited to tell you about our day in Boston which was interrupted a bit by some inclement weather.   1,898 more words

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