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Tuesday, May 22, 2018

10:42 AM EST [Link] Rants and Raves [comments: 0]
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Boston Swan Boats, Spring

Doesn't that Swan Boat pic I took look like something from a postcard? I think it looks cool - I might need to pint this one large and see.

So they are rebuilding the sidewalks on my street over at Earth-1 only this time they are adding bump outs and generally making things narrower, which I don't like because the street is narrow to begin with I understand it's a traffic calming measure but it's really making a mess! One good thing about it I guess is that it'll be a place to pile the snowbanks in winter but the fact that the driveway is at a T-Intersection between 2 bump outs is going to be some kind of adjustment.

The C's dropped another one last night - this is starting to look dire - must win next game because there's no way of winning game 6 in Cleveland! Ah, no matter what happens it was a good run - next year is going to be killer!

In the good news department I won an Amazon $75 gift card for answering some random questions during an internal meeting! Think I might put some of that toward my next reading assignment after I fisnish the current two, The World of Lore: Wicked Mortals.


Sunday, May 20, 2018

10:20 AM EST [Link] Bird's Eye Views [comments: 0]
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Dropped off friend at airport yesterday. Did have a nice time, couple of restaurant dinners, had some sanctuary time with her (think she really liked it), little bit of seeing the sights, but now things can start to get back to a little normal around here now. After that it was pretty much zone out time by watching reruns of Golden Girls (don't ask - like I said, zoning out - the episode didn't even make sense now that I think about it. The girls had to baby sit a marathon runner's baby but then we learn that his wife is in the hospital having triplets - ummm that hasn't been 9 months between the baby and the triplets so wtf, plus wouldn't being with your wife be more important than attending the marathon? But I digress.) and then watching the C's get pummeled - not a good game - actually feel asleep through most of it. I stopped caring about royal weddings in 1776.

Going to cook some corn on the grill this afternoon. Instant Pot Honey Balsamic Chicken with carrots will be the main dinner meal tonight. I'm doing the prep work. Maybe a little more gardening - need to transplant some tomato plants that we've had germinating and can now be transferred to bigger pots.

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All the work on our garden is starting to pay off! As shown by the pic above. This is taken from one of our garden beds out in the back. I'm pleased to say that all the patio plantings along the edges are also all doing fine. Place is really looking nice. I got LD into gardening!


Friday, May 18, 2018

05:10 PM EST [Link] Be a Peacock [comments: 0]
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Be like a peacock and dance with all your beauty. Shot from a visit to the Sanctuary this afternoon.


Thursday, May 17, 2018

07:43 AM EST [Link] Transportation Fo' [comments: 0]
This morning I got up around 5, did what needed to be done, and drove from Earth-2 over to Earth-1 to get on my bike for Bike to Work day. I just did it for the free breakfast and swag, even though both are pretty lame. I generally bike in in the summer anyway nowadays so it works out. Then this afternoon, I'll just do the same but in reverse, bike and then car it over to Earth-2 where the girls should be back from their goat getaway. I've seen some pics already and it looks like major fun was had!

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I'm thinking of purchasing a handlebar extension so I can prop the lights I have up top away from the travel bag I have attached to the front the bike. Funny how I'll go ahead and do that while much needed repairs wait, eh? While I'm ordering that, I may as well pick up the following books next on my reading list: The Trials of Nina McCall: Sex, Surveillance, and the Decades-Long Government Plan to Imprison 'Promiscuous' Women (interesting title, right?) , And Party Every Day: The Inside Story of Casablanca Records, and finally, The Politics Of Murder: The Power and Ambition Behind 'The Altar Boy Murder Case'

Fox is coming out with a new series based on the book, The Passage, which I read a few years back and was totally awesome. Maybe I'll try to catch that series and see how it is.

Yanny or Laurel? I heard Yanny. Weird.


Wednesday, May 16, 2018

07:45 AM EST [Link] C's Win and Pizza Tonight [comments: 0]
I was able to get myself and my bike home in the afternoon just before the sky's opened up and it was thundering and coming down pretty hard for a little while - the cellar at Earth-1 flooded a bit but the sump pump worked as it should so no worries.

Awesome Celtics win last nite! I have no idea how they manage to keep winning but it is awesome! King James has his hand's full! I'm not counting the Cavs out yet but I am starting to feel pretty good! Just two wins away from the NBA Finals - let that sink in, and with two of our big stars out with injuries for the season, to boot!

The girls are off for a overnight getaway and some goat yoga so Mr. Oreo and I will be chomping on pizza tonight as we hold down the fort! (I am a little jealous that I'm not going with them but I did do it last year, so it's not too bad!)


Tuesday, May 15, 2018

09:39 AM EST [Link] De-Railed Morning [comments: 0]
As I was getting ready to leave the house today I noticed the chain on my bike was getting ready to fall off. I put it back on and noticed that the broken derailleur was basically cutting into the chain and causing problems. I ran in the house and got some pliers and basically just bent it out of the way of the chain, so it's rideable - still locked into one gear. I really am going to need to get all that equipment replaced real soon. I've just been too lazy, and don't really feel like spending what I think it's going to cost just yet. I've basically been just using it as a commuter bike these days even though it was built for the mountains.

Monday, May 14, 2018

08:47 AM EST [Link] Mother's Day Sunday [comments: 0]
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Over the BU Bridge

LD had to work a graduation function over at BU so I tagged along and decided to try to get some shots from over the BU Bridge, which has the distinction of possibly being the only place in the country were one could theoretically use every piece of transportation in the same spot - you can sail under it, take a train ride under it, drive over it in a car, or fly over it in a plane. In this particular shot, the fog was rolling out from overnight and rowers were racing underneath it in the early morning, before everything cleared up. Once LD finished her tasks we headed over to the S&S Deli for some brunch. It being Mother's Day it was pretty packed, but we actually didn't end up waiting very long at all, and had a really good meal.

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Just before hitting the S&S, we decided to stroll along the river and maybe get a few scenic shots - something I hadn't done in a while and am itching to get back to. A lot of the rest of the day was finishing up the last of the yard work (for now - I even did some repair work on a couple of things) while trying to get the place ready for LD's friend to come over for a few, which looks to be a good time. In the afternoon, I got to watch the Celtics take on LebRon in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals and it was sweet to see the smackdown. I'm sure the competition will be much better in Game 2 but it's so much fun to watch these kids consistently do the impossible.

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Toward the evening we sat out back and watched back yard rabbits (3!) play with each other, chasing and hopping around, catching up on some shows we had DVR'ed, and generally just resting our weary bones. All in all, a long day, but a very good day. Not the typical Mother's Day, but we are anything but typical!


Friday, May 11, 2018

11:20 AM EST [Link] Happy Spring! [comments: 0]
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Swan Boats

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I spent most of the day doing more yard work and mowing, and generally making the place look nice for a guest we have coming over next week and staying a few days.


Wednesday, May 9, 2018

08:29 AM EST [Link] Featured Again [comments: 0]
Igersmass on Instagram just featured my shot of the peahen shown in the previous entry. Tres cool. Maybe some of the shots I take are pretty good afterall! (I can't take all the credit for that one though, LD had a lot to do with it to spur me on - thanks LD!). I think this is the 4th time I've been featured. Still trying to get a spot on IgersBoston but no luck, they seem a bit clique-y to me.

That bird at my mom's is still at it. At what point will it give up? It starts to build a nest, and then when it comes back, it must realize that all it's work is gone and needs to be redone. You'd think it would get the message that, "Hey, maybe if I went somewhere else, I wouldn't need to keep doing this." But, no. Very persistent little creature. I do think eventually it will bail, I mean, how long can it really hold out?


Saturday, May 5, 2018

03:52 PM EST [Link] Be A Star [comments: 0]
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The difference between ordinary and extraordinary is that little extra.

After pulling out the grill this morning and getting it in working order while LD was at the gym, and doing some more yard work, LD wanted to hit the sanctuary to get some more goat time in for a bit, weather being perfect and all. While there I was able to shoot this peahen displaying his feathers (actually LD got me to take the shot, she has an eye for catching things at the right moment that I sometimes miss). Then it was off to a quick lunch and mini-power nap before tonight's main festivities. More later...


Friday, May 4, 2018

01:54 PM EST [Link] To Do List and Striper Bunny [comments: 0]
Haircut. Check. - Usually I get the guys but this time I got the woman that works in the barber shop, you can't miss her, with the blonde hair and pushed up cleavage showing, not that I'm complaining.I think it's a family run kind of place and maybe they're all related in some way. Anyways, Eye candy. She did a good job on me though - I am thoroughly pleased with my haircut.She even gave me a head rub, which I have to say, I've never gotten at a barber shop before. Must have been my lucky day.
Pull out storm glass panes in doors and put in summer screens. Check.
Laundry. Check.
Hook us hoses and turn on spigots. Check. Also need new hose for front now since this old one seems to be leaking all over.
Grill pull out/clean/fire up test. Later today?
Home Depot run. Check. Got and laid down a bunch of mulch around the patio planting areas and the back area where we're trying to grow various things. While working, this bunny kept hanging around, eating weeds, and generally keeping me company. Seen him a bit over the last couple of weeks - call him striper bunny because he seems to have dark stripes on its body.

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Here's looking at you, back yard bunny. Happy Spring, just don't eat the lettuce in the raised boxes please!

Yesterday at lunch time down by Alewife out behind the office where there's some nature trails I saw what must have been the largest snapping turtle I had ever seen patrolling the wetlands - it must have been close to 3 feet long!

Now, off to buy some styrofoam that we're going to stick specially made cake pops into for a birthday present for one of our friends. I've already printed out the graphics that will be placed around it, to go in accordance with the theme that she specified, and will be presenting to the recipient tomorrow night at dinner at a nice restaurant.

Update: We did the crafting last nite and placed the graphics I printed around the base, and then LD had this sick idea to have this sequined ribbon go around it to look like Wonder Woman's tiara (that's the theme of this whole thing). It came out amazing. Now to get the custom made pops!


Wednesday, May 2, 2018

09:03 AM EST [Link] The Determined Robin [comments: 0]
So at my mom's house there's this robin who keeps trying to build a nest out on the back porch. She keeps knocking down the work it starts but every time it comes back and tried to start up again. Plus, it would seem to me to be in a somewhat terrible spot to even put a nest, but whatevs! These birds are very tenacious - seems like once they decide on a spot, they won't give it up. I'll keep updating on the progress to see who eventually gives up.

Rode the bike in today - May is bike month and all. This afternoon I think I'm going to visit my grandparent's grave - haven't been there in a while and it's time to say hello.


Tuesday, May 1, 2018

10:30 AM EST [Link] Oysters Anyone? [comments: 0]
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Ye Olde Union Oyster House, open to diners since 1826, is amongst the oldest operating restaurants in the United States of America, and the oldest that has been continuously operating since being opened.


Sunday, April 29, 2018

11:50 AM EST [Link] Brave Turkey and Plants [comments: 0]
crayturkey (136k image)While out running some errands yesterday we came across this Tom turkey who we decided to check out, but he was pretty ornery and actually chased us away! He came up right to the car and chased us as we were driving away.

Also picked up some new flowers and some items for the raised beds so we can get the gardens started off with a pop of color in all the various containers that I dug out of the shed yesterday out of winter storage. Place is really starting to look good. Got some peppers and lettuce planted into some of the raised beds and we planted various flowers in the containers and some over along the patio. Then, I went ahead and mowed the front lawn and raked up some leaves left over from the winter. Definitely felt like getting a lot of outside work done although I think I might feel it in my muscles come the morning. Still, even though it's work, it does make one feel rather accomplished plus getting out in nature and working one's hands in the soil, though dirty, does feel rewarding to me when it's all said and done.

fhaul (154k image)Another typical Sunday task we do is lunch prep for the week. It actually takes a bit of time, so it's always good when we get started on it earlier in the day rather than later, and that's what happened today as well. Along with a couple of instant pot meals cooked and done. Usually each weekend feels like there just isn't enough time in the day to get all the stuff done but also to relax a bit as well. Just do the best we can , I guess.


Saturday, April 28, 2018

08:15 AM EST [Link] Conductor [comments: 0]
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Was nice to start to see new plants coming come that were started last year, especially the clematis vine which I thought was pretty much dead, but lo and behold, new sprouts emerging from the surrounding creepers grasping towards the sunlight.

I finished that book on the former Combat Zone of Boston, it's pretty amazing to walk through there now and try to imagine what was there as they pretty much cleaned up the place (although I sometimes feel the area still to be a little sketchy). Anyways, it was a really good read - I recommend picking it up if you're interested in Boston history, as I am.

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Doing a bunch of yard work this morning, pulling out all the containers from the shed, and maybe even pulling and firing up the grill. Nature all around me, while I was out there I saw a flock of bluejays, two morning doves getting it on, and a rabbit chilling underneath the picnic table. Ahhhh, spring!

I got us a new insert for the Instant Pot, this one with a ceramic non-stick coating, so now we'll have one to use and another as backup. That device truly is pretty amazing, and it cooks things so fast. Definitely one of my best purchases.

More to come...


Thursday, April 26, 2018

12:46 PM EST [Link] Another Swanboat Pic [comments: 0]
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"On the backs of swans, and everywhere
The big birds float on its waters fair."


Wednesday, April 25, 2018

01:54 PM EST [Link] Pinky Pain [comments: 0]
I appear to freakin' have arthritis in the joint bend of my left pinky.Every now and again I'll get that burning sensation there and then it goes away.

Great.


Tuesday, April 24, 2018

04:34 PM EST [Link] Standing Statues and New Read [comments: 0]
I grew up around these statues for years and years, but am a little ashamed to say that I never knew the real story behind them, or know that they are actually based on real people!

Still Standing. I can remember when they all inhabited what they call Statue Park, but now only the couple are there, as they've moved all the rest of them to other locations in the Square.

On an unrelated note, I've started the next book on my reading list: Inside the Combat Zone - The Stripped Down Story of Boston's Most Notorious Neighborhood by Stephanie Schorow. All these places are long gone now but I can sort remember some of the marquees when my mom would need to go downtown and we would walk past them. Interesting bit of history there - my how times have changed.


08:02 AM EST [Link] Postcard Pretty [comments: 0]
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Boston Swan boats pretty as a postcard - another shot from the other day.


Monday, April 23, 2018

09:34 AM EST [Link] A Spring Thought [comments: 0]
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I could write about what a wonderful weekend I had, about meeting some therapy dogs on Friday and watching all the folks having a good time there, or doing some planting and spring cleanup (although admittedly I probably should have done more), or getting a much needed massage on Saturday morning, or visiting the sanctuary for a little bit yesterday morning and hanging with goats and horses and a turkey, but instead, I'm just going to relish in those memories and enjoy them and be thankful that I am so blessed to have them and to be thankful for the amazing woman in my life who made it all possible.


Sunday, April 22, 2018

05:40 PM EST [Link] Sunday Fundays [comments: 0]
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Saturday, April 21, 2018

09:08 AM EST [Link] Coffee Break! [comments: 0]
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Coffee break with the Longfellow over the Charles.

Today was a pretty good day, started to do some spring cleaning up outside and even started planting some things, which hopefully will start to be blossoming in a few months. The day before I got to hang out with a Newfoundland dog - they are like bears, they're so big, which was cool. The rest of the day was pretty much just chilling out - a time to decompress from the previous couple of days.


Friday, April 20, 2018

08:33 PM EST [Link] At the Cirque Spring 2018 [comments: 0]
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Swan Boats are out! Started the day with a walking tour around the city to get some new shots.
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Spring has arrived in Boston!
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Newfoundland!

Thursday, April 19, 2018

08:23 AM EST [Link] Unbelievable [comments: 0]
It's April 19th....and it's actually sleeting outside right now. I was able to ride my bike yesterday but that's been the only time thus far this month - and only one day last month - so the weather hasn't been all that cooperative lately.

It's bound to get better though - probably straight into summer, hot. Don't seem to get spring anymore, just goes right into summer I bet.


Wednesday, April 18, 2018

08:39 AM EST [Link] Acorn Street III [comments: 0]
"There's something about arriving in new cities, wandering empty streets with no destination. I will never lose the love for the arriving, but I'm born to leave."

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Tuesday, April 17, 2018

02:35 PM EST [Link] Fashion Statements [comments: 0]
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Another shot from last weekend's activities.


Monday, April 16, 2018

08:15 AM EST [Link] The Best Place to Be [comments: 0]
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Found myself in this location in Boonton, NJ over the weekend. Rather idyllic little spot, wouldn't you say?


Friday, April 13, 2018

02:09 PM EST [Link] Chillin' [comments: 0]
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Good day to catch up on some reading. We planted a Butterfly Bush today though!


Thursday, April 12, 2018

09:40 AM EST [Link] Finally, Spring! [comments: 0]
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"Turn your face to the sun and the shadows fall behind you." - Anonymous


Wednesday, April 11, 2018

08:24 AM EST [Link] Happy Spring! [comments: 0]
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These crocuses know where it's at. (Okay, so it's a picture I took a while ago, but felt like reposting because I think it came out killer). Actually, it still doesn't really feel like Spring because it's been rather cool still, Spring needs to get it's act together, like, real soon.


Tuesday, April 10, 2018

08:58 AM EST [Link] New Toys [comments: 0]
catree418 (76k image)I spent a little bit of the later afternoon yesterday putting together the mother of all cat trees for these two beasts. I have to say, putting it together was pretty easy, thanks to the clear directions and having each piece nicely numbered to show where everything goes. Once it was set up and put into place, the boys went at it. A little leery at first, checking it out, smelling it, not knowing what it was. Laurel took to it pretty quickly. He was already at the top and playing with the included ball toys. Hardy was a little more apprehensive at first and stayed toward the lower tiers, but all in all, I'd say within the first 15 minutes they were all ove the thing. My goal is that this will keep them occupied and maybe even get them tired, which it seems to be doing. Of course no sooner than half and hour the drapes you see behind the tree had to be removed due to Hardy being curious and unintentionally destructive.

I also popped on an HDTV antenna for my mom's tv since see doesn't have cable, just over the air, and the reception from the antenna she was using was pretty lame. It was one of those old ones with the ears. These new ones are flat and adhere to either a window or the wall. Seems to be working rather well, all the channels came in nice and clear except for NBC10 - perhaps their signal output isn't as strong as all the others? Also seems like she can get some more channels now, although I doubt she'd ever tune in to any of those.

And here's another city shot from last weekend, I liked the way the building looks set into the other ones behind it.

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Let's make some music. I must have passed this sign hundreds of times growing up in Boston.

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Monday, April 9, 2018

09:57 AM EST [Link] Hidden Niches [comments: 0]
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Just another pic from the other day. I went ahead and ordered a 6 ft cat tree for my Mom's two year-old wild cats (Laurel and Hardy) so I'm hoping to put that together later tonight. I wanted to get a real tall one because these two guys don't seem to be normal cats. Like, they might be descended from some wild F2 or F3 type cat, but we don't really know for sure. They are very long, extremely active, Polydactyl (which means they actually have thumbs, unlike most cats) and somewhat destructive, but very loving. They look forward to me coming over and playing with them nowadays. The minute they see me, they equate me with playing with them, so they get all excited and that's all they want to do with me. Also bought a new book to read (I am so far behind on my list - this is my first read of the year, But nothing has really grabbed my eye lately). Bygone Badass Broads: 52 Forgotten Women Who Changed the World. What can I say, I always did like strong women! (Not physically strong mind you, but driven).


Sunday, April 8, 2018

08:09 AM EST [Link] A Different Angle [comments: 0]
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A view of the Old State House from a different angle, I like to call this one. LD had to attend a function in town for a couple hours yesterday so I went along and took a stroll around the city to see what I could see. It was a cool day, but sunny, and overall not too bad. The sun was actually working against me in some shots, but such is life.

I just watched this amazing show called Building Off the Grid, and on this particular episode the guy bought a lighthouse in Maine (called Halfway Rock in Casco Bay) that had been abandoned since the mid 70s and had serious damage and restoration work needed. If you know me, you know I love lighthouses, but if you can, you should check it out ( I believe it's one the American Country Channel or something like that). The work that had to be done and just the location made everything difficult but they did it, even getting all the interior details like it was the mid 1940s still (which was a requirement from the Historical Commision and such). Anyways, there are some amazing cinemagraphic shots in the episode that I found really breathtaking. Such a beautiful and yet dangerous place.


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