“Take this most seriously: A yes on earth is yes in heaven; a no on earth is no in heaven. What you say to one another is eternal. I mean this. When two of you get together on anything at all on earth and make a prayer of it, my Father in heaven goes into action. And when two or three of you are together because of me, you can be sure that I’ll be there.”
From Sunday’?s ride:
Masonic retirement home, which I mentioned before:
From Monday’?s ride, in the order I saw them:
Goldsmith Street sign, which I mentioned before (this is smaller because I zoomed in, which it turns out just crops the picture but doesn’?t zoom in):
(Text: Pave Goldsmith Street It’?s Embarrassing To Our Town!)
This particular parade took place in Stow, but I also encountered parades in downtown Marlborough and downtown Acton. This tendency to stage parades seems to be a New England pastime; I’?ve never lived in a place that held so many parades. When I got to downtown Marlborough at the start of today’?s ride, I was honestly flabbergasted that they had closed off Main Street for the start of a Memorial Day Parade. A police officer directed me to an alternative route, which ended up getting me somewhat lost before I found the bike trail. Then in Acton I encountered another parade, this time with a very convoluted detour route marked. I followed the general stream of people and that plus a combination of luck landed me back on my bike route with a minimum of trouble. On my way back, I encountered this parade in Stow. It looked exactly the same as the other two, so I took this picture to represent all of them.
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