I finally got a chance to wander around Acorn street in Beacon Hill this week.
I didn't have a whole lot of time but I was able to capture a few pictures.
It is the most photographed street in Boston
and it's so small it's like a driveway.
I saw this beautiful little pumpkin faerie house in Beacon Hill the other day
So darn sweet and creative
there's even a rosemary vine climbing up the windows
Tuck Finn and the boys chillin' over the weekend
I have started my on-line class...
I love taking classes and I'm looking forward to learning something new.
an old family friend of my mum's had this beautiful sweater made for Verne.
I swear he just keeps getting cuter and cuter.
What a sweet street and the pumpkin is adorable. What's the on line class? Its great to keep learning. Love love love the Verne blanket tooReplyDelete
oh that verne! love beacon street and that adorable little pumpkin house! sweet photo of the boys! thank you for linking and have a great weekend!ReplyDelete
I love on line classes..l only do freebie mini ones though. what are you taking?ReplyDelete
that street reminds me of one we explored while on the left bank in Paris! LOVE the fairy pumpkin house!!
sounds like youmhad a great week of special blessings,
What a wonderful five. I fell in love with the pumpkin and that adorable baby and the blanket of course.ReplyDelete
Fancy back alley!ReplyDelete
One neat pumpkin!
Like kids everywhere!
Learning is a life long activity!
Such lovely photos, that Street is gorgeous as is baby Verne oif course. Funnily enough I recently visited a Beacon Hill over here in Exmouth UK which overlooked the sea.ReplyDelete
I have fond memories of Boston! The baby blanket looks absolutely amazing.ReplyDelete
That is the CUTEST baby ever. He looks like a miniature football player, and ready to go gettum.ReplyDelete
I usually have time for only the Five on Friday posts. Did you say what you're studying and I missed it? I, too, love classes. The online class from my library is where I learned how to set up my blog (which needs to be enhanced). Maybe I'll go back and take another look.
I am taking a class in childhood development.Delete
The street looks lovely. I really like the cobbled street. Not easy to walk on, but nice to look at. I love the Fairy pumpkin house. Someone is very talented. Hope your online class is something fun.ReplyDelete
Happy Five on Friday
What fun to live in such a historic area. Love the photo of Acorn St. That is an amazing pumpkin. Verne is so cute.ReplyDelete
beautiful children. And, I wonder how that tiny alleyway got called a street?ReplyDelete
Latane, In Boston's Beacon Hill neighborhoods, many of the streets may be the oldest streets in our country. The size of this street hasn't changed since it was created from a cow path in 1708.Delete
That street is small. Do they allow cars to drive on it? Cute pumpkin and of course, cuter Verne.ReplyDelete
Yes, they do allow cows to drive on the street. However, the street itself is made of rocks...not even cobblestones and it is so narrow as to fit only a small SUV, and even that just barely. So, it isn't really used to drive on.Delete
What a gorgeous street; I wanna go! The pumpkin is beyond creative and those boys are super sweet. The little one is a looker with all that hair!ReplyDelete
Love that street, I wonder how many streets in Boston once looked like that.ReplyDelete
Lots of nice things to see here. Love that street. Little Verne is such a cutie. Enjoy your weekend.ReplyDelete
That street could be in Charles Dickens novel! I loved the pumpkin, what a fantastic idea to have more child friendly designs. Have a wonderful Sunday xReplyDelete
That dear little street reminds me of some of the tiny lanes in York. The fairy pumpkin house is amazing. So cute, just like your boys. Have a good week.ReplyDelete
Walking down that street would take one back in time. So picturesque! That pumpkin is the best-carved EVER! I'm taking an online course, too - lots of work, but I do enjoy learning new things.ReplyDelete
Yes, Verne is adorable--love that sweater!ReplyDelete
And that pumpkin--how cute and creative to make a faerie house.
Someday I'll get to visit Boston's Beacon Hill--until then, I can enjoy it through your photos.
I love the rocks on that little street...I can see why it's so photographed. Sweet pumpkin! Tuck Finn is sure interested in what one of the boys is doing.ReplyDelete