Monthly Archives: April 2015

Juanito Pascual New Flamenco Trio at the MFA

We were just about to leave the MFA in Boston, having seen the Hokusai exhibit, checked out the rest of the Japanese section, and viewed some of Leonardo da Vinci’s sketches. We were slowly meandering our way out when I … Continue reading

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An Unexpected Adventure at Mt Watatic

A few Sundays ago, we decided to take the dog for a hike up Mt Watatic. It’s a small mountain that is super dog and family friendly in northern Massachusetts. It’s also the start (or end, I suppose) of the … Continue reading

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Hokusai at the MFA in Boston

I went to the MFA in Boston on the Sunday before the Boston Marathon, which meant that the museum was quite a bit busier than it usually is on a Sunday morning. The crowds didn’t stop me from thoroughly enjoying … Continue reading

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April Walks

We’ve finally turned the corner up here in New England and it actually seems like spring! Snow is melting, rivers are rising, mud is everywhere…. Walks in the woods have been…interesting. A combination of dry, wet, mud, ice, and a … Continue reading

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Recently Eating: Atlanta Edition

I pretty much ate and yoga-d my way through Atlanta. It’s such a great city in terms of food- there were great markets and a vibrant local food scene. Here are some of my favorites from this trip: Sweet Auburn … Continue reading

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