Seeing Boston was something my dad really wanted to do. I was skeptical because there would be walking involved and my aunt was clearly not doing well in that area. She wanted to participate in all the activities but she just wasn't able.
We parked and started out. The first major thing we found was the Granary Burying Ground. There is so much history in Boston and this particular cemetary had several historical figures buried in it.
We took a few photos inside the burying ground.
Paul Revere's marker
My mom and dad in front of John Hancock's monument.
John Hancock's monument.
There were some odd etchings on the headstones. At least markings that I considered odd. Check it out.
We had a great time!
I took the family back to the airport today. I stopped at CVS on the way home and hit the door running. I've done 5 loads of laundry, changed sheets on three beds and made dinner. It was nice to have dinner with just my little family again.
Tomorrow night is leftover night. I need to clean out the fridge. Friday night should be football night but there is a nor'easter coming. If it's storming we will play on Saturday. Either way we're working the concession stand. I'm hoping for clear weather.
Saturday, we have Nick's aunt, uncle and cousin coming in. I need to work on the weekend menu and hit the commissary tomorrow. It's always something!