It was a cold but a beautiful sunny Saturday here in my neck of the woods. A good day to go exploring, especially since I just got a new car this past week. :)
My 11 year old VW has 243,000 miles on it (391071 kilometeres), and my hubby was sick of driving his gas guzzling truck all the time, so I got a new set of wheels and he is going to drive my old car for awhile.
My new car is already dirty from having to drive in the snow the other day to work.
Anyhow I wanted to take the new vehicle on a good long ride, so the 3 of us set off on a road trip.
It was too cold for a beach walk, and lots of places we thought of visiting were still closed for the winter. No one seemed interested in art other than me, so we chose to visit another presidential library down in Boston. We're all a little nerdy.
It was a great places to visit.
The views of Boston Harbor were amazing. Too bad it was too cold to walk around the outside of the building, but this shot was taken inside through this huge glass atrium.
As you can see.
They set the stage with some items from the time period-1960.
The toaster and one of the coffee pots in the top photo were just like we had in my house when I was growing up. We also had the exact radio in the middle and the alarm clock in the middle.
A dress from the campaign and below, the Fitzgerald family bible that JFK used during his inauguration.
One of his briefing files and a replica of his desk.
And his notes from the famous speech he made in Berlin-when it was West Berlin.
And a replica of the election results board from the 1960 election.
So many things to see.
Hope you enjoyed my views today. I took some other photos, but you'll have to wait for those.
I enjoyed driving my car, and now, I'm planning on an art Sunday and going to watch the big game with some friends who live nearby.