Morning everyone! In the interest of making Mondays just that little bit better I thought I’d share some photos I took over the weekend. Last night we walked along Boston Harbour and watched the sunset as a big storm was rolling in. The lighthouse photos are from Scituate, MA.
I know Monday isn’t most people’s favourite day of the week and it’s the same for me. Last night I decided to take a walk by the sea near my house to relax and get ready for the coming week. I got to see a beautiful sunset and I thought I’d share the photos of sunset over the Boston skyline. Happy Monday!
Every Wednesday I challenge myself to get out and about in the city and explore somewhere new, either before or after work. Continue reading “Walking Wednesday”
It’s Friday and it’s summer (apologies to my readers in the Southern Hemisphere) so I hope that you are having that Friday feeling and ready for a great weekend. Continue reading “Happy Friday!”
Two years ago today I landed in the United States as a new immigrant to these lands, clutching two suitcases which contained everything that I wanted to bring with me. Continue reading “Two Years in the USA”
Today my wife and I got on a boat and headed to Georges Island, one of the many islands in Boston Harbor. Continue reading “Saturday Snapshots #13”
Happy Friday everyone! It’s the end of the week and as today was a beautiful day I went and sat by the Charles River in the sunshine after work and forgot about the world for a bit. Continue reading “That Friday Feeling…”
At the weekend I had some spare time on my hands so I decided to visit something that I had wanted to check out in the Boston area for a while; the Bunker Hill Monument. Continue reading “A Monumental Trip”
I’m a little bit of a naturalist at heart (luckily I proofread this post because initially I typed naturist and that is a very different thing) and one of the major delights about living in a different continent is seeing new animals in the wild for the first time.
Continue reading “The (very) Amateur Wildlife Spotter”
Yesterday we were hit by a April snowstorm that lasted most of the day. Most people rushed home after work trying to avoid the wet snow but with my trusty boots and a curious disregard for the perils of mild hypothermia I decided to go for a walk. Continue reading “April (Snow) Showers”