Day 3204: My neighborhood

Over the years, I’ve shared many photos of my neighborhood in this blog.

What impressions do you get of my neighborhood today?

I’m sure I’ll get more pictures of my neighborhood when I go for my walk this morning. There’s also a great pizza place in my neighborhood.

This is what I was listening to when I was walking in my neighborhood yesterday.

If you want to leave a comment, you can do so in the neighborhood below.

Many thanks for joining me in my neighborhood today!

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14 thoughts on “Day 3204: My neighborhood

  1. Lots of blue

  2. I think your neighborhood is pretty peaceful, Ann. Of the handcuff-pipes I think there must be something they need secure there at some times and off the links at others!
    To answer your question of what do I want to be when I grow up, my answer is: Yes.
    Happy Saturday to you, Michael and Aaron!

  3. I don’t want to grow up! Shan’t, shan’t, shan’t!

  4. Debbie T

    Those national days can be very oddly specific. And “I Love Yarn” day is every day for me!

  5. it looks pretty peaceful and maybe the handcuffs are a statement, artistic style. do I have to claim to be grown up? I consider myself still working toward it.

  6. At least the handcuffs aren’t being used on a person, and, other than that, your neighborhood looks like a beautiful and welcoming place.

  7. puella33

    Beautiful neighborhood, Ann

  8. Such a beautiful neighborhood…and then the handcuffs 🙂 or rather :-/
    Wishing you well Ann, and hope the autumn is treating you well.

    • I love seeing you in my neighborhood here, Randall. I hope all is well in your neighborhood. 💕

      • All is well, helped by the feeling that some sort of normality is not too far off… of course, have felt that before 🙂 Cheers to you, Ann, and also to the Red Sox (my poor Mariners came up short once again…).

      • 👍💕

  9. Your neighborhood oozes good juju, Ann, with the exception of those handcuffs, which strike me as an interesting contrapunto to the overall vibe. 😉

  10. In the vicinity, proximity to Boston, and artistically scrutinized, dissected, exposed.

    “Every man is surrounded by a neighborhood of voluntary spies” -Jane Austen (1817, Northanger Abbey)

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