Sue, Laureen, Lynn, Julie
Inside, photography was strictly forbidden, so you will have to take my word that the exhibition was awesome, or buy the exhibition catalogue. My favorite items were the envelopes young Gorey used to mail letters to his mother when he was an undergraduate at Harvard. He decorated them with weird watercolor pictures. He must have been well-known by the post office.
Next we visited the Granary Burying Ground, which is visible from Athenaeum windows.
Note that the woman buried on the left was named Silence. Talk about Puritan names.
Next we backtracked and ate lunch at Zen Grille and Sushi Bar. I had noodles; I don't eat anything raw. The sushi was very attractive. Take a look at Julie's lunch.
Next we stopped to look at a Memorial Day installation on Boston Common.
Now go to Youtube to see our our Swanboat ride.