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A Walk Through Boston

I just got back from my first trip to Boston and I absolutely loved it. Since the time in the city was a quick day trip (before heading to Marblehead to see a dear friend), I didn't do any public trans and put a real wear on my Birkenstocks. I was ready to consume as much public art as I could in a few hours. I'll have to hit up the ICA the next time I'm there and have an entire day to commit.  

Tourist note: One of the things I was really set on seeing was the Janet Echelman installation As If It Were Already Here. I asked a couple people where the "Janet Echelman was" and they gave me the weirdest look before going, "Oh yeah, the big net thing-y is this way..." So just use the word "thing-y" and you'll be fine. 

I heard the time to see this is at night. It's pretty spectacular all the same. 

A dear "old friend", American impressionist Childe Hassam. 

A dear "old friend", American impressionist Childe Hassam. 

Thank you, Ian, for charging my phone. #solarpower

Thank you, Ian, for charging my phone. #solarpower

Washington

Washington

Performance art, sorta, in the North End.

Performance art, sorta, in the North End.


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Seattle in a Few Snapshots

Nick traveled to Seattle a couple weeks ago for a photo shoot. He had a bit of time to explore the city from land and sea and caught some beautiful night shots off the commuter ferry too. 

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Dunc's Mill: Truly Handcrafted Premium Rum

It's been a really big summer for us, work and play-wise. We just returned from a road trip to Vermont for a family reunion on my aunt and uncle's property. Besides the log cabin they built with friends and various "huts" and buildings sprinkled throughout the mountains, the distillery where my uncle produces his rum is about 100 yards from the house.

Dunc's Mill is not only a premium product that we've been able to enjoy occasionally, (it has exclusive distribution along the east coast), everything about it is truly handmade, from the steeped elderflower in simple syrup for the Elderflower Rum to the carefully poured wax to seal each bottle.

We had the opportunity to drink some very special reserve rum (not for sale) and bring it to market where we watched my uncle interacting with the public, educating them about the process and ingredients. There are three rums: Elderflower, Maple and Backwoods Reserve. We recommend the Mayflower, 1 part Elderflower, 1 part Maple, splash of soda and a lime wedge.

We are proud to count Dunc's Mill as our latest client. We'll be producing marketing materials and photography. If you're ever traveling through Vermont, shoot him an email and tell my uncle we sent you. It's a truly magical experience. Cheers.

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Day 03

0 miles traveled but it was go go go. 

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Reuben hamburger #meatheads

Reuben hamburger #meatheads

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Moving obstacles to get the shot

Moving obstacles to get the shot

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