Charlestown Navy Yard (as seen from the bridge)
Charlestown Navy Yard - the day was as gorgeous as this picture make it look
Cannon on the USS Constitution
USS Cassin Young - WWII battleship
USS Cassin Young was hit twice by kamikaze pilots
This sign made me smile. Do we really expect it to work another 80 years?
Buy Safety Shoes - because even dogs shouldn't suffer
The dry dock at the Navy Yard - future home of the Constitution.
I stopped to take a picture for Isa because it showed Daejeon
And saw a few official looking Korean men in suits. I ended up attending a Korean war memorial service. I was the only person in attendance not formally invited to the event.
The ropewalk - I spent a bit of time looking for this. I really like ropewalks. I want them to turn it into a ropemaking museum.
Commandant's house - well, it originally was. Not sure what it is now.
The walls of the Navy Yard are beautiful and apparently quite famous - there was a plaque honoring its designer.
Bunker Hill memorial.
The view from the top - Breathtaking in more ways than just one. (It was 294 steps to the top)
Bunker hill, trying to capture feeling of the redoubt
This man whose name I don't remember was the one who inspired the sleep deprived and sore patriots from giving up. He stood on top of the redoubt during the charges and was the man who uttered the famous "Don't shoot until you see the whites of their eyes." He died during the third charge.
A walk through Paul Revere Park - they put up the names of men who had served in various wars from the North End. Despite it's size, Boston feels small and intimate to me. I love it.