|Post Office on Charles Street, Beacon Hill|
Taking this shot on Friday, I saw the Snow Emergency sign but didn't
expect to see actual snow the next day on
Well, I was wrong. New England got a blast of snow the next day in a freak snowstorm and this
California girl was in a state of shock
This was taken on Sunday morning in New Hampshire.
In October. Before Halloween.
|Back to Beantown -- I saw lots of lots of mailboxes all over Boston.|
Do you think people write more letters there?
I mailed some of my mail art in these babies.....see them?
|A friend sent me to this one in Lewisburg Square so I had to stick a couple of postcards|
in here too.
I was loving the brick and cobblestone streets and all the pumpkins on the steps of the
homes surrounding the square.
|After just about freezing to death, I mailed the last of my cards|
right inside the hotel lobby in this old beauty.
The hotel staff was quite amused by the crazy woman taking pictures
of a mail box.
|Laconia, New Hampshire Post Office|
in the snow.....
36 degrees at 1 PM.
It certainly wouldn't be a trip to Boston without lobster
(and a lobster roll and clam chowder).
This just about made the whole thing worth it!
I came back to sunny, 74" San Francisco, and found some great mail waiting for me.
Ok, I am behind.....
Probably why I didn't get anything but one little postcard in today's mail.
I have my work cut out for me.
From Asta in Finland - a lovely message inside a bottle.
Thank you so much, Asta. What fun to get this (yesterday).