Welcome (back) to our neighbo(u)rhood

We’re not going to dwell on the past. A lot happened and nothing went on the blog. New jobs, new semesters, new moving plans… But rather than getting overwhelmed trying to catch up, we’re just going to pick up and restart nice and easy.

To begin maybe I’ll try writing a few posts about our neighborhood (or neighbourhood, depending where you’re from). I finally found a “new” bike, so we rode along the river to stake conference in Cambridge this afternoon. On the way back we stopped at Mt. Auburn Cemetery, about half a mile from home. It’s probably the most scenic cemetery we know of (and T’s been to a lot in her travels). Hope you enjoy the pictures–and come visit sometime so we can show you around!

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A view of the Boston skyline from the top of Mt Auburn

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The tower on top of the hill. Closed before we got there, but apparently you can go to the top. Would be an awesome view.

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Some of the more modest monuments to the rich and famous of Boston’s past

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  1. #1 by connjohn on April 17, 2012 - 1:29 am

    Hey, I think I’ve been to that very cemetary! Love the springtime!

  2. #2 by Karen Knorr on April 27, 2012 - 9:43 am

    Thanks Matt – so interesting! Miss you two ❤ Love, Aunt Karen

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