“You must love the crust of the earth on which you dwell more than the sweet crust of any bread or cake; you must be able to extract nutriment out of a sand heap.” HDT
Signage at Walden Pond . . Ample opportunity for civil disobedience.
The self-aware Walden Pond gift shop, perfect place to get your HDT schwag. I especially enjoyed the ironic wall quotes and t-shirts that said, “Simplify.”
I was in Boston so my wife could run the marathon. Here I learned why the Boston subway is called the T. . . It’s because of T.J. Maxx.
I didn’t run the Boston Marathon, but I did attend the expo, so almost the same thing. I really liked these mannequins, running above the shoppers. Although they didn’t show up on the leaderboard, I think they were the big winners.
free people. . .
A steakhouse moved into Boston’s Old City Hall. . .
“Early to bed, early to rise, and a sirloin steak, make a man healthy, wealthy, and wise. . . “
Tour guide at the Granary Burial Grounds talks about taxation without representation, tea parties, saber-rattling, and foreign despots. Luckily we don’t have to worry about these problems today.