Ralph and I went to Boston this past weekend. Yippee!
It was a treat to see something different for a bit ~ a change of scenery is always good for the soul.
We attended our nephew's wedding and had a great time seeing family and taking in the sights.
I snapped this shot of the '57 Chevy BelAir convertible that cruised around the block several times while we were sitting outside the bar below:
What a perfect Ruby Tuesday sign! Ralph also posted this photo today for RT.
The apartments upstairs must be inhabited by twenty-somethings. Just a guess.
We joined family members outside for drinks. It was a beautiful evening, plus I'm not young enough to go in a place like that!! It was fun to watch the passing parade. A group of sailors in dress whites walked by and we all applauded and said thank you to them.
Below we find a carousel in Christopher Columbus Park, across from where we had Father's Day brunch. I spied the red and had to shoot a photo for Ruby Tuesday.
We have more photos from our trip north, but I'm saving some for sepia scenes and such. ;-)
See lots more photos featuring red at Mary T's Work of the Poet.