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Today in History: USS Constitution

Today marks the 218th birthday of the might ship the USS Constitution. On October 21st, 1797, this ship left the Edmund Hartt shipyard in Boston, MA. 61 more words


A Summary of Weeks

Time here has been flying by through my two favorite months: September and October. Let me catch myself up a little bit.

At the end of July (back in NH), we finally flew kites. 799 more words


Visiting the Northeast: Concord and Boston

Saturday, September 5, 2015

After all the official events of Curtis’ graduation weekend were over, we planned to have one more full day of exploring New England before heading back to the Midwest. 980 more words


The Raging Eagle

Sorry everyone, the only real winners from my photo organizing of the day were already published as themes. ( http://thephotopig.com/2015/07/15/symbol-of-freedom/ ) ( http://thephotopig.com/2015/04/16/canon-weather/ ) I’m still stuck organizing photos from the USS Constitution in Boston. 67 more words

Lost And Found

In Their Shoes: Restoring The USS Constitution

BOSTON (CBS) – When you are a 217-year-old, you need a little nip and tuck now and then.

So for the first time in 20 years, the U.S.S. 268 more words


Five Things You Must Do in Boston

Too many visitors to Boston forget to do the following, essential things.

1. Breathe.

2. Eat.

3. Drink.

4. Sleep.

5. See the U.S.S. Constitution, “Old Ironsides.” It’s a famous wooden ship from the War of 1812. 36 more words