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Sweet Caroline

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Ah we are finally in Boston!! We left Thursday afternoon and if you follow me on twitter (and if you don’t, please do!) you saw some of my random posts of our travels and our time here so far. It’s been challenging getting time to get online and sit down to post.

During 18 hours of driving I get to learn new things about my husband, like that he knows the lyrics to this random song I’ve never heard. I was a bit scared and sad for him that he had used up precious storage space on that song.

After our first leg of 8 hours we stopped for the night and were asleep by 10:30pm EST and up again by 4am to get back on the road. Singing along to Dave Matthews doing “Sweet Caroline” live in Fenway was getting me amped to get there. On the way we stopped in Montgomery, NY to get lunch, gas and to take a quick picture in front of Paul Jr. Designs. Paul Jr. is the star in the show American Chopper, which we love to watch.

11 hours of driving and we were finally here!

Rob and I quickly got changed into our running clothes for an easy run around the area. We took time to take a couple pictures on our run.

Afterward we stopped for a little Pinkberry. Mmmmm….small salted caramel with berries.

Then we headed back to the room and got showered and headed out to 5 Napkin Burger for some eats. We split a sushi roll and I had the fish tacos. They were good, but I probably wouldn’t order them again since they weren’t anything special.

After dinner we walked over to Fairmont to say hi to Alaina. Then it was time to head back to our room to pass out, it was a long day!

5 thoughts on “Sweet Caroline

  1. Christine–the men and women of the Summerville YMCA will be riding along to a Boston simulated Spin class Monday at 8:30am ET. We will think of you as we listen to Boston bands and follow your journey to the finish line. Good luck and have fun–looks like it may be a bit warm–but the rain and winds should leave you alone. Celestia

  2. I’m originally from Orange County, New York! Kick butt tomorrow.

  3. Pingback: An Ode to Boston | FlyRunner

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