December 02, 2003
A few of the readers of this weblog have noticed a change over the past few months.
For the past three years I've lived in the seacoast area of New Hampshire. I've renewed my relationships with family and old friends. I've worked on some interesting and fulfilling projects and made many new friends. But throughout that time there's been a siren sound calling me from the south.
I've written in this blog about some of my recent visits to Cambridge. Finding a great burritto place... Watching Dave Winer's reactions to moving to Cambridge... Sherm's favorite Chinese place... or just visiting and wandering around.
The change that you've probably noticed over the last couple months is that I've been spending alot of time down here. And it's time to make it official.
This is no longer a New Hampshire blog, it's a Cambridge blog. I'm temporarily living in the 'burbs, north of town. But I'm looking for a job in Cambridge or Boston, and I expect to eventually find a place to live in or near Harvard Square. Later today I'm going out to buy a T-Pass!
I'm already missing things from the NH Seacoast, but I'm really enjoying rediscovering things from my earlier days, and just hanging in the square.
Posted by jghiii at December 2, 2003 10:34 AM
Consider yourself lucky you are down there...the weather was wretched up here this morning...two hours to drive what is normally a 35 minute drive...and all because some people think they can drive like its still summer time instead of using their heads and driving for the horrid conditions of the roads. It reminded me of living in Massachusetts...no plows or sanders to be seen and today they were really needed.
Maybe you should rename the blog:
Well, not really South.
It's a Cambridge Blog
Buying a T-Pass
Ha Ha, welcome to Boston!
We will miss you every time we come down to the lake for a visit. It was nice spending time with you there. Will you be traveling north to the lake much in the summer ?
Nice new header pic. I think if I look real close I can see a dead body floating down the Charles....
Why would anyone in his right mind prefer Boston after spending time in New Hampshire and Vermont.
I just hope you made it clear when you left NH that they understand that the frog defaults to me now. If you aren't gonna live at the lake, then you have to fed-ex the sucker to me out here in Berkeley.
Not gonna happen Sherm...what is it they say..."possesion is 9/10". Come get it!!!!!
Hmmmph. All this time so close and no phone call. Heck, I still remember the number. It starts with "NO" and mine's still a Davenport exchange;
You always were a city boy. I, on the other hand have been fighting my way to get back north for the last ten years.
You still have the frog?