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Another Generation of Bunnies Visit the Garden (5.17.15)
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Yoga Tree Statue? Seaside Park, Bridgeport CT (5.10.15)
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Abandoned Lighthouse on FayerWeather Island Overlooking Long Island Sound (5.9.15)
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Brants Frollicking About Long Island Sound (5.9.15)
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P.T. Barnum, Seaside Park Bridgeport CT (5.9.15)
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Proud Peacock, Bridgeport CT (5.9.15)
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Barnum Poster Featuring Jumbo's Remains, Bridgeport CT (5.9.15)
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Along Nantasket Beach, Nantasket (5.3.15)
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Jumbo LIVES Again! Tufts University, May 2015
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AcornHead, Tufts University, May 2015
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A Donkey in Dover? April, 2015
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Wild Turkey roaming, April 2015
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A Horse in Dover, MA (4.26.15)
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Hiking in Dartmouth MA (4.18.15)
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Great Blue Heron sighting @ Jamaica Pond (3.29.15)
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Francis Parkman Memorial (3.29.15)
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Church Spire in Medfield, MA (3.22.15)
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Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown, Downtown Maynard, MA (10.19.14)
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Thursday, May 21, 2015

08:15 AM EST [Link] Red Nose Day [comments: 0]
Today is Red Nose Day 2015. I have my red nose after seeing one for sale in Walgreen's and purchasing it for a buck about a month back - it's for charity. Perhaps I will post a pic later with me wearing it. I just want to get today over with so I can start my long weekend with a trip out to Jersey and then some relaxing time back at the homestead on the tail end. Unfortunately I have to attend a meeting that's going to run late today - figures.

Monday, May 18, 2015

08:03 PM EST [Link] GoodBye T.T's. [comments: 0]
T.T. The Bearís Place is closing. That's too bad - I saw a lot of good shows there.
A news story more about it.

Sunday, May 17, 2015

03:58 PM EST [Link] A Day at the Zoo Too [comments: 0]
We started out the day by taking a trip to the Capron Zoo in Attleboro. It's small and we've never been there but we have these free zoo passes good at a lot of zoos and it's due to expire soon so we'd like to use it as much as we can. The neat thing abut this zoo is they have a rare white lion on display. He was just sitting out there in the sun relaxing. They also have a rather cool little rain forest exhibit that we spend some time in. The zoo is pretty small so we only spent maybe an hour and half there but it was enough and I found it rather enjoyable.

After that we decided to take a trip to Volante Farms in Needham to get some more plants for the garden and to buy my yearly fuchsia plant for the back deck. We decided on a really big one along with some lettuces and tomato plants. I didn;t really realize how big the fuchsia and tomato plant with cage were until I tried to get them into the SUV. They barely fit and I had to sit scrunched up with the cage in the front seat but we made it. I am very pleased with what we brought home. We also had some Siberian Iris and Dahlia seeds laying about that I finally got around to planting in the front - hopefully they'll take it we'll begin to see something before too long. I also transplanted the peppers and some herbs to better make use of what we have for the container gardening we're doing.

Then it was off to grocery shopping where once again I am reminded that people are annoying. Sometimes I just want to manhaul them and throw them out of the way - especially the ones we are completely incognizant of their surroundings. No common courtesy anymore it seems. Oh! A funny story I related at lunch yesterday is how my mom gets annoyed at restaurants when the wait staff come around and ask if you're done and she replies rather adamantly, "No. Is there a shortage on plates!?" They got a kick out of that one.

Wrapped up the night with the usual Sunday task of creating lunches for the week. I do most of the prep cutting up the veggies and things like that, and we like to have the jukebox blasting in the background while we do it. Makes it fun!


Saturday, May 16, 2015

09:38 PM EST [Link] Spring in the 'Wood [comments: 0]
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Highlight for today: Having a lunch date with LD and an old intern of hers and her family. Other than that, a somewhat uneventful day.

Friday, May 15, 2015

02:54 PM EST [Link] Earth-1 Prep [comments: 0]
bde1 (86k image)Woke up early this morning to help take my mom's car down to the shop over at Earth-1 because she needed some things done. Ended up being a little more than envisioned since she needed a new belt as the one that was in there was all cracked - might as well have it done before it goes kaput. So that was that. While that was happening I happened to do some lawn cutting and some back deck prepping for summer. Brought down some old table from the attic that has nice curved wrought iron legs and a wooden looking top. Since it hasn't been used in forever it has now been delegated (at least temporarily) to the back deck at earth-1 to lay lovely flowers on, or perhaps a book or a drink. The lawn cutter we have there must be from like 1850, it's all rusted and squeaky - it's one of those push ones where you push it and the rotors on the bottom spin around and cut the blades. I guess they call them hand lawn mowers - except ours seems like its from 1850. Surprisingly the blades aren't too far dull to cut the grass. I also happened into the local 7-11 to get a newspaper and while there there was bargain bin DVD that I couldn't pass up for LD. I got it more as a joke since this particular flick we saw at a very early time in our relationship. I think she'll get a kick out of it and the remembrances it may bring. Hope she doesn't read this before she gets home! (Bonus points to anyone who can guess what the name of the movie is! Hint: it came out in 2007.)

There appears to be some rather huge sparrow nest being created under the back deck eaves over at Earth-2. Well, they might be evicted soon as this deck is planning to get redone - hopefully by the end of summer. Also, who wants sparrows whizzing by your head all the time while you're out there trying to relax? Not I. As I was checking that out, I did some work email type things prepping for Monday but now I realize that I left my notebook with all my important notes back at Earth-1. Damn! I don't think I'll necessarily need it for Monday but I may end up trying to pick it up over the weekend anyway since I'm such an rigid anxious dweeb when it comes to things like that and I freak out.

Well maybe I can relax a bit in about another hour and a half as I have a massage appointment booked and I could really use it since they way I slept the other night, my neck and shoulders are whack.


Thursday, May 14, 2015

07:11 PM EST [Link] New Bikepath Open [comments: 0]
LowellStBikePath (55k image)After work today I decided to take a walk down the new bike path extension that runs by the house at Earth-1. I'd have to say it looks pretty good! It currently stops around Lowell Street, but the plan is to eventually have it go all the way down to Lechmere in Cambridge and tie in to the Green Line Extension project. There's a number of benches along the path and a children's jungle gym, and on the sides of the path are those rubbery like surfaces so if someone falls they don't hurt or scrape themselves. I took this photo on my cell and then added an HDR filter - almost makes it look like a rendering I think! Work's been good but really busy as I'm the main POC for updating a certain gov't website these days. At first it was a little daunting, but now that I've got a system done and somewhat of a rhythm to it, it's not so bad.

Sunday, May 10, 2015

07:01 PM EST [Link] Bridgeport III [comments: 0]
Back from Bridgeport! I'll have one or two cool pics from the zoo from yesterday. Today we hit Seaside Park because I wanted to see the Barnum statue, and I walked out to a spit that had a lighthouse but when I got there it was dilapidated. Guess it's not in operation anymore, but it does look out onto Long Island Sound on a little spit called Fayerweather Island. Not the easiest area to get either as the breakwall leading to it I found to be a bit treacherous. On the way back, we drove through Mystic possibly for a stop off but it was too busy it being Mother's Day and all. We did get our first Del's Lemonade of the season somewhere in Rhode Island though on the way back - hello summer!

Friday, May 8, 2015

02:34 PM EST [Link] Early Mom's Day Celebration [comments: 0]
flowerspot-earth1 (125k image)Last night as I was leaving the parking lot, I noticed my brakes started to not work as well as they should, so this morning I took it in for repairs. Come to find out a couple of brake lines needed to be replaced has they had essentially just rusted out. So while that was being repaired I got my mom and we had a little coffee at the Dunkins across the street for a while. Then headed over to the Home Depot to get some plants. I picked up some geraniums for the back deck over at Earth-1 (it's nice to see the things starting to come up after the long winter - like the strawberries and such), but we also got a couple of little plants to bring over to my grandmother's grave over in Malden. We arrived there, said our hellos and whatnot, and ambled about for a bit. There was one gravestone I never noticed before in another part of the cemetery of Jesus with his crown of thorns that looked really amazing. Such great stone work - I wish I had taken a picture of it, maybe next time. For lunch, I asked my mom where she'd liked to go, it could be anywhere, but she settled on Kelly's Roast Beef in Medford, so that's where we went. She got the clams and scallops platter while I got a large roast beef sandwich. Such minutia! The reason why we're celebrating early is because I'll be in Connecticut over the weekend. Since I've been on a Jumbo kick lately, and we'll be around Bridgeport, maybe I can check into some Barnum related stuff. Maybe.

Then it was off to Earth-2, checked my work email and of course there were things in there which I have set up to begin processing on Monday. Also seems the lawn here is growing crazily again, so I think I better go mow it now. Not something I'm used to growing up in the concrete jungle, but the suburbs are cool in their own right. Along with watering the various plants in the front of the house and on the decks. The lawns look pretty good except there's some wild flower growing in them and multiplying - they are pretty - I believe they are violas, a couple of different colored species, so I feel a little bad chopping them off with the mower, but just a little bit.


Wednesday, May 6, 2015

01:31 PM EST [Link] Baby Steps [comments: 0]
steps (35k image)With the weather being pretty great this week, I've really been trying to make an effort to increase my step count for exercise. So everyday around lunchtime I take a walk outside for about twenty to thirty minutes to get some fresh air and get the blood pumping. They have a nice little wetland area out back here with wooden bridge walkways over the waterbodies and you can see some wildlife. Besides the usual Canadian Goose or two, I've seen baby turtles, redwing blackbirds, dragonflies, a variety of butterflies species, and some fish, maybe they are alewife but they look more like some kind of carp to me. The water level isn't too deep, so the when the sun penetrates the water you can see them swimming about. Anyways, as to the exercising, so far I'm pretty pleased with my progress. I'll probably make my goal setting a little higher soon to motivate me even further to do more. I have to make up for the fact, that every Friday for lunch these days I hit a Burger King and wolf down a whopper with cheese meal. We all have our vices.

I went ahead and transplanted the lettuce seedlings we had growing from their grow pots into the main garden bed. Hopefully they will take and we'll be able to add those to the mason jar salads soon.


Monday, May 4, 2015

07:08 AM EST [Link] World's End [comments: 0]
Yesterday took a hike out over to World's End in Hingham. Also checked out a cool new space of a yoga studio in Needham, which I may actually attend! Pics to come. This morning it's off to the dentist to get a crown redone - joys.
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Saturday, May 2, 2015

05:47 PM EST [Link] Saturday Spring [comments: 0]
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So far today, getting LDs car looked at at the shop while she's gyming it, hitting a couple of yard sales, doing some lawn maintenance work, having a lunch date, taking in some spring sights like the bench above...Thinking about taking some of my shots and maybe selling them as high-resolution prints, would anyone be interested in buying some of my shots? I have thought of the coffee table book idea too.


Friday, May 1, 2015

08:40 AM EST [Link] Jumbo Lives! I've seen him! [comments: 0]
8:10 AM: Took a quick morning walk over at the Tufts campus today to check out the Jumbo statue. Very impressive - the pictures don't do it justice - if it's to actual size, which I believe it is, that was one massive elephant! Also, noticed there was a bunch of interesting artwork laying about. Worth a walk around campus to check out if you don't mind climbing all the hills.

1:19 PM: Now I'm in suburbia, picking up twigs and brush trying to clean up the yard. Ugh.


Tuesday, April 28, 2015

08:00 PM EST [Link] Signs [comments: 0]
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Sunday, April 26, 2015

07:35 PM EST [Link] Farm in the Clouds [comments: 0]
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Visited a farm in Dover today...

* Other weekend happs: Dog therapy, Danny Collins movie in Framingham (all these theaters do the dine-in thing now - when there's only 40 or so seats they tend to sell out quick), Dover farms, Walpole Bird Park, more backyard planning, hitting some furniture stores, rocking roast beef sandwiches, purchasing a nose for red Nose Day, dancing to the jukebox while prepping 7 mason jar salads for the week...


Saturday, April 25, 2015

12:02 PM EST [Link] Boston in Spring [comments: 0]
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Spent much of yesterday downtown...


Sunday, April 19, 2015

08:30 PM EST [Link] Salad Days Ahead [comments: 0]
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The mason jar salad experiment for lunch has begun! They are actually pretty cool to put together and not difficult at all. A nice self-contained light lunch. Also today, did a bunch of yard work, planting a new azalea bush, along with some other flowers, and general improvements all around.


07:24 AM EST [Link] Hiking in Dartmouth [comments: 0]
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Among other things yesterday, took quick hike through the woods of Dartmouth yesterday along the Frank Knowles-Little River Reserve. Didn't get to see any wildlife although the suspended boardwalk is kinda cool. We only stayed for a little bit, but these and other trails to look to be worth revisiting. Spent most of the day just hanging out at a friend's beach house beforehand. Nice that the weather is finally being comfortable again and you can do stuff like that.


Tuesday, April 14, 2015

11:18 AM EST [Link] Jumbo's Back! [comments: 0]
And he's going to be bigger than ever!

Forty years ago today, on April 14, 1975, fire consumed Tufts' Barnum building, destroying much of its contents, including the taxidermied body of Jumbo.


Monday, April 13, 2015

03:49 PM EST [Link] The Estate and a Clock Tower [comments: 0]
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Some cell pics from the weekend. The first is the former Morgan estate. The second is a historic wooden clock tower in Walpole that looks like it's ready to keel over.


Sunday, April 12, 2015

08:56 PM EST [Link] Spring chores [comments: 0]
What a day. Did a lot of yard work, planting new flowers and herbs, getting the decks set up, doing some landscape improvements in front of the house, and cleaning out the raised bed. But also found time to have some fun too!

Saturday, April 11, 2015

06:40 PM EST [Link] Shake those feathers! [comments: 0]
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06:34 PM EST [Link] First real spring day [comments: 0]
Today's events so far: loping rose bush, photographing wildlife in Wellesley, Sherbon, and Natick, (even spotting an American Coot) buying some flowers for the garden (and some lettuce even though we still need to come up with a plan as to how we're going to lay everything out this year). Hanging by the former estate of Dr. Morton, the discoverer of ether and its use in surgery, although I have learned that there was a lot of controversy over that, gave myself a nice history lesson on it. Nice spring day - need to make the most of it.

11:57 AM EST [Link] Namiscray [comments: 0]
Namiscray - the crazy in me salutes the crazy in you!

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

02:06 PM EST [Link] Grasshair! [comments: 0]
say Hello to Grasshair, a litttle pot with some seeds I picked up at Target last week. All last week there was nothing so I figured it might be a bust but then when I arrived at the office on Monday, BAM! - Instant hair!
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It will be interesting to see just how far I can take this thing.

12:22 PM EST [Link] Spring Cleanup! [comments: 0]
I hope the weather's pretty good this weekend. I think I might actually *want* to do some yard work. Crazy, huh? I'd also like the plan how we're going to do the garden this year and what if any changes might impact that.

Monday, April 6, 2015

07:22 PM EST [Link] History Walk in NJ [comments: 0]
So I had some time to kill in Morristown NJ this week, so I went for a little stroll around the common area, a spot I've walked about a few times before. This time I tried to see things that I hadn't seen before though and I did notice a few new things. I found a graveyard behind a church that held the remains of soldiers that fought in the Revolutionary War. This particular area of town was a base for General Washington, so there is some history here. Then a took a walk up a freakin big hill which was the site of a place called Fort Nonsense, basically an outpost where Washington stationed troops in case the British showed up, but they never did. The often cited story of the name is that Washington's original purpose for constructing the fort was to keep the American troops busy and out of trouble. It does provide a nice high view of the surrounding area though. I then walked down a bunch of side streets that housed many mansions once owned by prominent people back in the day. One such place is the Vail Estate, built for a man who co-invented the telegraph. It has nice little reflecting pool out front - now it's luxury condos. The next day we took the kids on a historic trainride out of Whippany in vintage cars. The Easter Bunny was also there for amusement. I also grabbed a magazine detailing things to do in NYC as at some point I want to do a getaway in Manhattan again.

01:44 PM EST [Link] Little Red SchoolHouse [comments: 0]
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Here's a little red school house I stumbled upon in Florham Park NJ over the weekend. It was built circa 1830, and continuously held classes there until 1913. Kinda cool.


01:34 PM EST [Link] Happy Anniversary Ladydoc! [comments: 0]
Ladydoc, you make me better, You challenge me, test me, compete with me, and complete me, while standing by my side. You cheer me up with your smile and our silly ways, Our sense of adventure is never lost, even if its just during a trip to the grocery store. We see a little humor in everything, and you've brought so much more meaning to my life than I could ever express in words...Thank you for being "that girl." -- Happy Anniversary!

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Sunday, April 5, 2015

08:26 PM EST [Link] It's All Good [comments: 0]
Historic walking tour of Morristown, Easter celebrations, Madison Hotel, Whippany railroad ride, 7 year anniversary (!), More to come...

Monday, March 30, 2015

07:41 PM EST [Link] Jamaica Pond Visit [comments: 0]
Yesterday since the sun was finally out and the weather is starting to get nicer, we decided to get some fresh air and exercise by taking a visit to Jamaica Pond in Boston and walking around the 1.5 mile perimeter of the pond. I noticed a couple of things this time that I never did before. One was this structure of an Indian carved inside of a block. After looking it up it is a memorial to a man called Francis Parkman, a famous American Historian and lived among the Sioux, among other things. Sounds like a fascinating life, funny how I never personally heard of him before, but maybe that's just me. Toward the end of the walk we were lucky enough to see a Great Blue Heron just hanging around standing on the ice of the pond, but rather far away from us.

Lately in the back yard, a rather large rabbit has been sighted. We think she may be pregnant - Spring is certainly in the air.


Sunday, March 22, 2015

02:25 PM EST [Link] Dover Horses [comments: 2]
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Stopping along the side of the road on a drive through Dover, MA today, a group of horses decided to come over and check out to see what I was doing. Been jonesin' to get outside but it's been kinda cold and the snow, though slowly disappearing, is still a negative factor.

Also, was a little bummed to hear that the Oak View Estate is up for sale. It would be a tragedy if developers bought the place and turned it into condos. I think the current owners had some kind of doll museum in there, which sounds weird, but whatever. I guess they just couldn't keep up with the cost of the place. The inside could use a little updating for sure, unless you like the victorian look.


Wednesday, March 18, 2015

08:14 AM EST [Link] K-Cup Recycling [comments: 0]
Hmmm. Think I might want to try this. Reuse Spent K-Cups as Seed Starters for Your Spring Garden.

Also, mason jar salads.


Monday, March 16, 2015

09:29 AM EST [Link] Can it stop forever now? [comments: 0]
Boston has surpassed its all-time snowiest record for a winter season at 108.6 inches (276cm).

So done. Oh, and wasn't it a joy scraping off all the caked ice from the windshields this morning?

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No sooner do I finally think I'm getting the hang of this project, the project manager is leaving! WTF! Well, I'll just keep plugging away - hopefully any transition will all work out smoothly - again.


Thursday, March 12, 2015

08:50 PM EST [Link] Wildlife among us [comments: 0]
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The living with wildlife in the suburbs talk was great! What a great local library too! Here's a coyote that was hit by a car in town 14 years ago and now used for display and educational purposes.


Wednesday, March 11, 2015

08:14 PM EST [Link] A small update [comments: 0]
Small update. Couple of pics seen along to road to last weekend's trip to NJ. Also some backyard birds grabbing at some seed on the snow. Tomorrow night, going to see a talk by an animal control officer about dealing with wildlife in the suburban environment. Got a great review at work for the past year (one of my best ever - mostly due to that state government work I assisted with last summer), still managing this new task of the day-to-day for a gov't run website, and finally enjoying some warmer weather this week.

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

04:34 PM EST [Link] Argh! [comments: 1]
Can't remember when I had some free time to update this blog! Things in general are going well, I've actually been addressing the project's needs that I've taken the lead on more or less on my own now for 2 weeks! It's a process.

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

10:45 AM EST [Link] PSA [comments: 2]
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100,000 Elephants have been killed in Africa in the last three years. Every 15 minutes an elephant is killed for its ivory. Stop the Ivory trade in China and other countries that participate and SAVE the ELEPHANT!! (Pic Source: Natl Geographic)


Sunday, February 22, 2015

01:12 PM EST [Link] Pic from yesterday [comments: 0]
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Winter is winning.


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