From the Kon-Tiki, one can see the Tobin Bridge, enormous liners escorted by tugboats, a bit of Boston, and men in Speedos watering plants on the decks of $1m+ condos:
The weather was incredible. I woke on Saturday and immediately settled on the top deck for some quality leisure time in my jammies.
I enjoyed the sound of gulls and people slowly getting up in the other boats.
And eventually, we got dressed and headed for the city. The marina is on Boston's HarborWalk, and close to Old Ironsides. Because it was the day of the Bruins parade, we weren't in a hurry to get into town. So we stopped for lunch at the Tavern on the Water, which has good views of Boston and great staff, but really so-so food.
|You, sir, have been blogged.|
Haymarket, which has been selling food streetside since 1830.
|The sentiments expressed in this photo are not endorsed by New England at large.|
Codzilla. "Mommy, why does this boat have teeth?" "Sweetie, just shut the fuck up and put on the raincoat the nice man handed you." Hmmm. Me thinks not.
honey badger and gearing up for a moving performance of Don't Stop Believin' (okay, truthfully, Noelle sang the whole thing; I did what I do in my car--sing some lines and the chorus and hum the rest, sadly but with PASSION).
|Just a couple small town girls...|