Before heading back to Boston yesterday, we decided to take one last walk at Salisbury Beach. In particular, we hadn’t taken a good look at the boardwalk, a curiosity for me since it didn’t exist when I was a kid growing up in Salisbury. It’s hard to imagine if you look at it now, but … Continue reading Having another look at the Salisbury Beach boardwalk
We got back to our place quite late last night, after midnight, so I didn’t post my usual “we’re home” update. I’m already back at work, having arrived an hour or so late in order to get some extra sleep.
It’s rare that I’m on a flight that isn’t completely full. It’s even rarer that I’m on a flight that is nearly empty. This 737 from Boston to Phoenix has about a couple dozen passengers. Most of the overhead bins are empty. Kathryn and I have spread out to a window and aisle seat.
We’re still waiting at Boston Logan for our flight back to Phoenix. Our flight has been delayed twice, giving us a chance to get to know the bartender at the Legal Sea Foods next to our departure gate. Perhaps the third time is the charm, although I see no evidence the incoming flight has even … Continue reading Flight delay at Boston Logan
Considering the only real sleep we got Friday night was on the flight from Phoenix to Boston, we stayed quite busy yesterday. After waiting what seemed like forever for our checked bags, we took the airport shuttle bus to the rental car center, which didn’t exist last time I rented a car at Boston Logan. … Continue reading Eating our way through a busy first day in New England
Kathryn and I will be traveling to New England this weekend to attend a memorial service for a loved one who recently passed away. If everything goes according to plan, we’ll arrive in Boston early Saturday morning on a red-eye from Phoenix, stay three nights at a hotel in Amesbury, Massachusetts, and depart on the … Continue reading Heading back east for a last-minute visit over Easter weekend
Here’s a list of things you probably don’t know about me. It’s in no particular order.