As a photograpic artist, Sue had mentioned that Boston's Museum of Fine Arts was showing the works of the iconic American photographer Harry Callahan and wondered if I would be interested in a road trip to the museum. We drove down, parked in the Prudential garage, and hopped the Green Line E train out to MFA.
It was a rare experience for me to have someone who understood photography and composition so that I could get a better feeling for what was artistically going on. Marvelous. After spending far longer than I would have ever imagined looking at a couple dozen photographs, we went on to roam the halls until about 5:00.
We had been there since 2:00, and were getting just a little hungry. So, we jumped back on the Green Line to the Prudential Center and browsed through the Barnes and Noble bookstore there before taking the elevators up to the 52nd floor to one of Boston's finest restaurants, The Top Of The Hub.
The view was just breathtaking. I hadn't been up there for... well, over 20 years anyway, I'd think. And the food was spectacular. It was tough to leave as it would have been very easy to just go park in the lounge, sip some more wine, and listen to the jazz ensemble. But Sue had to be up early for work, so we headed down the elevator at 8:00.