In this literary Concord vlog: Visit Walden Pond, see a replica of Thoreau’s cabin, stroll Ralph Waldo Emerson’s neighborhood where the Transcendentalist met, visit Nathaniel Hawthorne’s attic tower, and find out how Little Women saved Louisa May Alcott’s family.
This vlog follows Longfellow’s Boston Footsteps from Boston’s Old North Church to the Longfellow House and finally to Parker’s Restaurant.
This Bookish Boston Vlog corresponds to the Boston Walking Tour for Book Lovers blog post. Come with me as I visit my favorite literary places in the city!
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To wind up the Chincoteague Pony Penning 2016 post series, I thought I’d try a new medium, VIDEO! There’s something about stampeding horses that just can’t be fully captured in photographs and description. This is an event much better seen in motion. I hope you enjoyed my first video. Let’s Talk! Let me know in …