Purgatory Chasm, 2017
Amy and I traveled to Ireland in late September 2017, hitting Dublin, Kinsale, Portmagee, Dingle, and Galway, as well as a number of other sites in between. I’m resurrecting this blog in lieu of keeping a trip journal, which we typically start and then fail to continue about halfway through a trip. While I am […]
Amy and I went out in the snow yesterday and snapped a few decent photos. It’s remarkable how seasons change even old mill cityscapes just as much as they do those of a more “natural” variety. Full set here, with more to come once I’ve had a chance to adjust a few others.
My father has been doing Civil War reenactments for a while now, and I finally went to one this past weekend to spectate. It was held at Daniels Farmstead in Blackstone, MA on an absolutely gorgeous (if a bit hot) day, although I was quite happy to not be wearing a full wool uniform. The […]
Apparently there is a National Historic Site within 10 minutes of our apartment, the Saugus Iron Works. It lies on the Saugus River, just off of Route 1. Since the likelihood of having weather as nice as it was today before next Spring is slim, we figured it was a good time to check it […]
I don’t know what is in any of these. I do know that there were countless more being unloaded while our cruise ship was leaving Boston. And that’s just the same every day. Lots of stuff.
This is a Blue Globe Thistle (according to Betsy). I am not sure if it is classified as a flower or something else, but what I do know is that it looks pretty darn cool and it is fun to take pictures of.