We stopped and after studying the map found a route and we were right there. All we just needed to do was turn left , when oh *&##**! we were in a lane to take us back through the tunnel and back to the airport. We ended up turning off before we went to the airport and ended up???? we did not know where. We pulled over and tried to figure out where the heck we were. I finally thought East Boston and we started trying to figure out the best route back to Boston. Finally I thought look for water and following the evacuation routes. This worked - we spied a sign for Boston, followed it to a bridge and there was a true to the right for Charlestown and we were on our way to find Hollis. After two harry rides and toll money twice to get into Boston we were happy to find parking and Hollis. And Charlestown was a beautiful and "calm" city after Boston- we were already thinking to never drive there again and this was day one!
Hollis wanted to send us over to the Pucker gallery and see the exhibition of works by Brother Thomas.
We glanced through the catalog and my thoughts were, "like hell" we are going back.....
Anyway we did go back on our last day in the area.
BUT- we parked and rode the train/subway.
Love that public transportation!
And here are some things we saw:
|This was not in the gallery but upstairs-do ASK to go upstairs!|
|My favorite of the copper reds- rich glaze this one was.|
|hummm this was okay....|
|And a few more|
The show focused on some of the more flashy pieces, but the true treasures were upstairs and they tell you, "please pick them up".
And boy did we.
Cheers- good to be back in NC but the Cape has stolen our hearts.