Below is a photo essay culled from two days in Boston, followed by a stop at Plimouth Plantation on our way to Cape Cod. Lots of history, both past and present.
|Cassidy, composing a note to leave at the Marathon Bombing Memorial in Copley Square|
|The Memorial from another angle - Copley Square, Boston, June 2013|
|Replica of ship involved in the Boston Tea Party - December 16, 1773|
|Hailey tossing a tea bale|
|The U.S.S. Constitution, framed in our tour boat's window - Bunker Hill Monument in the distance|
|Mama & babies on Boston Common|
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|Boston Common, June 2013|
|Grace & member of Abenaki tribe|
|Checking the "burn" on a log canoe|
|Where the Mayflower settlers lived (reproduction), as seen from 2nd floor of the fort|
|All "settlers" stay in character at all times|
|And a fond farewell to Plimouth Plantation, Plymouth, MA|
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