It’s a Beautiful Day in Boston

Dear Reader,

April is the real beginning of spring here in Boston, but we still get (more than) our fair share of undesirable weather. For this reason, when we get a day that is 75 degrees, sunny, and over the weekend, we celebrate it. The subway cars were congested, the lawns were speckled with bodies, and restaurants were teeming with (perhaps, too much) life during the pandemic. On this beautiful day, I took a trip downtown and took a long walk from Seaport, along the Waterfront, through the North End, and ended in Beacon Hill. Because you are more likely than not viewing this blog post on a computer, please do take vicarious joy from these beautiful Boston neighborhoods through the following images.

Downtown
Seaport
Seaport
Seaport
Waterfront
Waterfront
Waterfront
North End
Paul Revere statue, North End
North End
View of the Bunker Hill Monument in Charlestown
Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Memorial Bridge
Beacon Hill

Happy spring!

Love,

Raven

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