Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Boston

I feel so grown up! The English department at the school where I teach was sent to Boston for a conference. So, here I am! We haven't seen much, but I wanted to post a few cool things in the city. (By the way, it is FREEZING!!!!)There is a very cool Holocaust landmark right in the middle of one of the streets. This quote was engraved on the wall.
This is Paul Revere's house! Supposedly, he didn't really warn about the British coming... but he did go for a horse ride.

The city is so beautiful in its own quaint, historic way.

Another homage to Paul Revere... Kristy, Lisa, and I.

Mike's Pastries... The biggest, most delicious eclair I have ever tasted!

4 comments:

Brad & Britt said...

you are so grown up! But, your work travel sounds a lot better than my work travel! You get to go with fun people! Looks like so much fun! How long are you there for?

Jen Bird said...

What a fun trip! I think Boston is probably one of my favorite cities! I just got your number from Brandi, so I need to call and see how you're doing! I think about you guys all the time! I hope things are going good!

Heather said...

Hey! Just wanted to let you know we made our blog private. Send your email to heathtanner64@gmail.com so I can add you :)

Bobby and Allie said...

hey English teacher... you spelled pastries wrong. haha. Love ya kel bell

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