Tag Archives: Charles River

At Peace with Grey

I never attend to winter’s coming until the day – there is always a particular day – when the sky is, of a sudden, a singularly thick grey.  This greyness envelopes the day from morning till sunset. Ah, here it … Continue reading

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The Shimmering River

My son and I were out and about, checking things off the “to do” list. This list included my work-related stuff (buy toner, deliver get well card, meet with warden), our domestic needs (get more Frosted Mini-Wheats), and his Halloween … Continue reading

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Better than a Kit-Kat

I stopped by the Charles River today, choosing a sunny spot right on the riverwalk, near the intersection of Pleasant St. and Bacon St. It was that time of the afternoon when my soul says to me, “Step away from … Continue reading

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where it all starts

In a place called Watertown, you really have to start with the water. Watertown is so called because of the Charles River, up which Sir Richard Saltonstall and friends rowed in 1630, to establish the settlement that became Watertown. Those … Continue reading

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