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J Geils & Bob Seger at TD Garden: Ageless Rock and Roll

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Bob Segar at TD Garden in BostonWhen we saw Blues Traveler, Unkle Cracker, Smashmouth, and Sugar Ray rock it at the House of Blues over the summer, I thought I would never top it. And then we saw Edwin McCain at the Blue Ocean Music Hall in Salisbury and were blow away by the ambience and I thought, “Okay, now I’ve experienced it all.” Well, I’m done saying anything because it just keeps getting better and better! I never thought I’d see Bob Seger perform… let alone with the J Geils Band! What an incredible once in a lifetime show! Keep Reading

Things to Do on Charles River Esplanade in Boston

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Our Map my Fitness map of Charles River Esplanade walkLabor Day weekend was gorgeous weather and we finally fulfilled one of Bill’s bucket list items! We took a stroll along the Charles River in Boston, Massachusetts. Round trip was just under 4 miles and we saw so many things to do on the Charles River Esplanade! This time around we just walked and saw, but next time we might do it different. It’s only been a week and a half and we are already talking about going back. Yeah, it was that good!

Boston Museum of Science

We started our walk from the top of the Boston Museum of Science. For those of you looking for the best place to park for the Charles River Esplanade walk, we strongly suggest you park at the Boston Museum of Science! It’s easy in, easy out, easy to find, a safe spot for the car, and affordable pricing. And you can have a little fun with their free displays like Bill did…



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Boston House of Blues: Uncle Kracker, Sugar Ray, Smash Mouth, and Blues Traveler

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10564759_10202785223457581_1968699903_n What a concert and evening last night was! Four really awesome bands performed last night at the Boston House of Blues. Uncle Kracker, Sugar Ray, Smash Mouth and Blues Traveler out did themselves at this unique and small venue!


Everything about the night was new to both Bill and I. Even the ride in to Boston was a different way than normal. We went through a great little town, Wellington, MA and didn’t hit any rush hour traffic.


We found parking near by, got there with a half hour to spare and enjoyed the short wait until the doors opened. I’d never been near Fenway Park so it was exciting to be waiting outside of the House of Blues across the street from the entrance! The photo to the left was our view directly in front of us. The Prudential building really stands out with a perfect summer evening sky behind it!

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