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Boston Area (MA) - Oct. 26-29, 2002

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Rising above the clouds on the flight from Seattle to Boston. Mt. Rainier in the distance


Bill, Dan, and Casey (Murray in back) at Carol and Caroline's 50th anniversary. Angelica's, Middleton, MA


Alan does the toast


Carol and Caroline cut the cake. Brenda supervises...


Starting out on the World's End trail, Hingham MA. Bill and Alan (Brenda picture)


Brenda and Bill (Alan picture - shoulda had my eyes open)


World's End #1 Weir River


World's End #2 (a property of the Trustees of Reservations)


Boston skyline across Hingham Harbor


USS Constitution - Charlestown Navy Yard


Bunker Hill monument (on Breed's Hill of course)


Olivia - curious and devious...


My place, aka Captain William Smith House


Battle road - Lexington to Concord


South Bridge along Sudbury River - canoe rentals for the next trip


Brenda and Bill at North Bridge Minute Man Statue


Red-tailed hawk


Ducks (male Mallards?)


North Bridge on the Concord River - where the Revolution began


North Bridge #2 - site of Ralph Waldo Emerson's "shot heard 'round the world"


Restored boat house

This boathouse at The Old Manse, a property of The Trustees of Reservations, was rebuilt and officially dedicated in June of 2002. I t was based on photographic evidence and written descriptions. There were at least three different boathouses on this site from the 1870ís through the 1920ís.

The Old Manse is a National Historic Landmark built for Rev. William Emerson c.1770. Emersonís grandson, Ralph Waldo, drafted his essay Nature here and Nathaniel and Sophia Hawthorne spent three honeymoon years at The Manse. Hawthorne published a short story collection called Mosses from an Old Manse which gave the house itsí name. The property remained in the Emerson-Ripley family until 1939 when it was then sold to The Trustees of Reservations. Courtesy of the www.thetrustees.org


Location of Thoreau's cabin with replica inset


Walden Pond


    Credits:
  1. U.O.N., Olympus D-520Zoom Digital Photography by William F. Smith (2.0 MP, 1600x1200, 3X optical 38-114mm)

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