I would like to say that the house is back to normal but the loads of undone laundry and the piles of things that need to be put away would tell a different story.
I also need to get to the grocery store because I had a hard time scrounging up lunch for Dan and the kids.
But before I get back to real life, I thought I would do a phone dump of our two weeks away.
|A Chocolate Buche Noel from Hazel's Bakery. So good!|
|Santa always leaves lots of goodies in our stockings!|
|Let's open these things!|
|We spent one afternoon cleaning the gutters!|
|We visited the Boy Scout Camp Dan used to frequent when he was young. Here's an old cabin that was built by his Troop in the 1940s!|
|Me and my love on top of Tippling Rock.|
|Checking out the view from the top. We could see Boston in the distance.|
|Sarah enjoyed the view from a seated position!|
|We walked most of the Freedom Trail. Here we are at the beginning! Follow the red brick path!|
|Here we are in front of Dan's house.|
|Proof that it snowed just a little bit.|
|We had lunch at Mike's City Dinner in Boston. Guy Fieri featured it on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. It was all kinds of good!|
|The main reason we went was so that Dan could get this Pilgrim. He loves turkey, stuffing, and cranberry sauce on a sandwich.|
|Peter got the French Toast|
|Sarah got the grilled cheese.|
|I got the meatloaf sandwich.|
|We took Dan's uncle around to his old neighborhood and stopped in at The Basilica of Our Lady of Perpetual Health. It was easily one of the most beautiful churches I"ve been in. This picture does not do it justice.|
|We bought Dan's brother's car which meant we had to drive two cars home from Massachusetts. Sarah wanted a selfie to docurment the trip! See my wallet out? When you drive from MA to NC, you pay A LOT of money in tolls. No need to put the wallet away.|
|Here we are in Alexandria, VA. Such a pretty tree!|