Photo by Salt Water New England

Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Concord, Massachusetts

Photos by Salt Water New England



















Husband's Day School

11 comments:

  1. Such wonderful photos. Thank you so much!

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  2. Beautiful photos! Thank you so much!

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  3. Beautiful pics, as usual. Thank you.

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  4. Thank you so much. I must admit that these pictures reinforce my distaste for the phrase: “I’m a patriot and I’m running for.... Vote for me”. For some reason, self-identifying as a patriot bothers me and maybe that’s because I hold, even the word, in such high regard. Again thank you for the tour.

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  5. Beautiful photos! You have a wonderful eye.

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    1. I agree with Jim. You do have a wonderful eye.
      I enjoy your beautiful photos not just in this particular post, but almost always.
      You have posted many pictures that include canines. Those are my favorites.
      In my opinion, there can never be too many photos with dogs.

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  6. ...spoken locally as "KAWN-kit".

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    1. I would say that it's closer to "Kawn-kid". We generally pronounce o's like a's, and t's at the end of words like d's. For example, "water" becomes "waddah," and a basement is a "cellah."

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  7. I went to Fenn like your husband. Thompson Hall was the main building with one wing for fourth and fifth grades with the school library between. Science lab in the basement with the boys locker room and showers next to it. The other wing was for wood shop and art classes. Our fourth grade teacher could usually be distracted from course work when asked to tell about her travels in India. She'd get all misty-eyed and go on and on, losing track of the time.

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  8. Loving these pictures,
    thank you for the alt. sizing- where we can see the stories!

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  9. We've been to Concord many times, usually to re-visit Walden and the reproduction of Henry's cabin. We've always stayed at the Colonial Inn and had breakfast at Betty's. All of your nice photos are very familiar.

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