Tuesday, May 01, 2007

BOSTON - Day Three



























































I copied this from my Moleskine...

Newbury Street is lovely. It’s a sunny morning and people are out and about. Katie and Betsy are going in and out of shops. I am out on the sidewalk and smoking my small Stanwell travel pipe with a lovely bowl of Tinder Box’s Chartwell blend in it. Now that we are out and about and the sun is shining, I have to say I like this town. It’s diverse and thriving. Yesterday was cold and miserable, but we were unprepared for the weather. Had we been more warmly dressed with better rain gear we would have faired better. This is a real city, folks. I could get used to being in the thick of things again. The vibe is so different. I am using a solar-powered trash compactor as a desk right this moment. Very innovative and forward thinking, I must say. It’s just so refreshing.

On plane to Charlotte…
I think we all enjoyed our short trip to Boston. I could tell that this is a city I’d love to come back and explore in more detail next time. Perhaps it’s time to get my act together and take it on the road.

2 comments:

Christine of Epiphany said...

Wow, you made Boston sound interesting! Have fun~

Chris said...

Christine, it was cool.
Have a great day!