I should have posted these photos a while ago. I am sometimes remiss in uploading photos from my camera in a timely fashion.
In August my father-in-law and brother-in-law came to visit. It was really fun having them here. We all went into Boston and had a great time. We toured the WWII fletcher-class destroyer USS Cassin Young,
explored three levels of 'Old Ironsides,'
had lunch at an historic pub, saw Paul Revere's house,
and climbed all 294 steps of the Bunker Hill Monument, where we had a nice view:
We discovered that Nathan might not have done too well in the early American Navy - he couldn't walk about on the lower decks of the USS Constitution because the beams were at his shoulder height! I, on the other hand, could stroll from one end of the ship to the other quite easily.
We went to the Old North Church:
And arguably best of all, I got a few classic photos of my inlaws! Rather than wait for a good blackmail opportunity, I've decided to share them with you now:
And here's Andrew:
I should mention that both of them willingly posed for those wonderful, touching photos.
I think I should take the time to post pictures more often.
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