It's magic It's magic the way we got together / There's magic around us in the air / It's magic It's magic, no not at random / And there must be a higher power somewhere Incentivized by an IRL arena rock show (Kacey Musgraves at The Garden 😍) I packed my wagon for a day-long spin around my old stomping grounds, Boston. One of the great American walking towns (and least favorite driving towns, blame the nineteenth century cow paths) my phone logged 22.9 miles in the 24 hours I was in her bosom. An epically meandering jaunt and a whole pile of new discoveries…
I can relate on that burger post. My favorite burger hands down was at MJ O'Connor's near my old Emerson stomping grounds...but revisiting a few years ago it didn't seem to live up to my old standards. I plan on re-visiting in May during the HoB weekend.
I’ve been wanting to visit the Isabella Stuart Gardner Museum for a while now – your giving it an A+, among other positive things I’ve heard about it seals it – next time I’m in Boston.
It's more of an all-day excursion than something you'd visit briefly (place is huge) and best done when trees are green and flowers in bloom but, Mt. Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge is one of my favorite places in general, never mind greater Boston. I'm sure as you spent time living in the area that you've been - hard to imagine it could be avoided, but if not, it has to be seen for the chapel, the giant Sphinx (worth some weird points for that alone), and for the sweeping view of the Boston skyline from the stone tower at the center, among so much more. Forest Hills Cemetery in Jamacia plain is another – same landscape designer as Mt. Auburn. Both beautiful.
About the postponed shows – did Guster Day fall by the wayside due to the rescheduling? We’re going both nights in May and wanted to catch you guys outdoors as well if that’s still on.