On not becoming a hermit...
My normal lunch break - a salad or sandwich in my office while
sorting through photos, catching up on blogging, reading a book...
Sometimes I think it's a good thing that I don't have the option of just being a hermit.
Soooo - yesterday I realized that if I wanted to participate in Walk & Click,
I needed to - well -
get out and do a little walking (and clicking)
Trusty rebel around my neck - I headed out for a walking lunch break.
Boston has a great mix of both old and new.
How about that flag-as-curtain on the third floor?
One of the nice things about taking a walk for lunch
(other than seeing this cool architecture)
are the many places to pick up something more interesting than the sandwich I had brought.
Peanut butter sandwiches will keep...
When I started working here several years ago, I thought I'd be out walking everyday.
But, I guess acting like a hermit in my office is easier.
Did you know that the first YMCA in the U.S. was founded in Boston? (1851)
This more permanent site was built in 1921 - and dedicated by President Taft.
(Little historical tidbits like that kind of fascinate me)
I like this fence - it runs right down the center of Huntington Ave - separating the surface road
from the underpass.
I would like to thank Walk and Click Wednesday for getting me away from my desk.