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Back Good trip to Beantown. Saw some old friends, made some new ones (Friendly Frank!). Rode in a military designed amphibious vehicle (duck boat). Dined on the 52nd floor of the Prudential Tower, with a great view of the city lights, in the sort of restaurant we almost never visit, while trying not to look like we almost never visit that type of restaurant. Toured Fenway Park. Here's the first set of pics, wasn't able to get all of them into work today, memory key issues. I'll post more next week, if you're good. Esther, with our appetizer for 3, at the Cask and Flagon pub outside Fenway Park, before the tour. Our tour guide was amazing. He attended his first game at the park in 1947, and still has the contagious excitement and energy of a kid visiting for the first time. We were inside the press room, where all the newspaper people watch the game. View from the Green Monster seats. Me pickin up babes at the ballpark.

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