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Thanksgiving Part 2

JoAnn & Josh were not able to get home for Thanksgiving so we made plans to meet them in Springfield which is just about halfway between here & Boston. I did some web searching & found a restaurant we met at for dinner & also found this bike path which ran along the Connecticut river. We didn't want to leave Miss Molly home alone so she came along for the ride!





This is the Basketball Hall of Fame - notice in this picture how close the railroad tracks are?
We had just gotten started & Amtrak came flying by & totally "freaked" Molly out. It took a while before she was "prancing" along with her tail up!!!


Every girl needs a plaid scarf in pink!


I love these pictures of the Memorial bridge that crosses over to West Springfieild








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  1. What a fun day! Molly looks especially nice in plaid!

    What a great walk on Thanksgiving day!

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