Category Archives: Massachusetts

New feature: foliage photo of the day. And an update.

The odometer on my car reads 5,600 miles more than it did four weeks ago, and I drove over 5,000 of those miles myself. How did that happen, you ask? Round trip to Makanda IL to view the eclipse. Two … Continue reading

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Thoughts on being in a different part of the country.

The scenery got a lot better after leaving Indiana and Ohio. It seemed like we went downhill a lot between Buffalo NY and Worcester MA. I suppose that means I will be going uphill on the way back tomorrow and … Continue reading

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A bit more on Boston driving.

Elder Son writes: Boston is like a Kama Sutra of intersections.  The number of ways for different streets (or even the same street) to meet exceeds anything I could have imagined before coming here. Examples: A compund freeway exit ramp … Continue reading

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Driving in Boston = hell.

Elder Son has finished his medical school career at Mt. Sinai in Manhattan. He spent April doing a one month family practice rotation at a clinic in Duluth affiliated with the University of Minnesota there; right now he is in … Continue reading

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