Horrible traffic. Saw a cart path, but nah...been there, done that - and not even a week ago! After we parked, we had to trek about 1 1/2 miles to the concert. But we didn't get the tickets wet!
The James Taylor concert was phenomenal.
Here’s a review from one of the websites: "Five stars. This was a fabulous concert--great mix of songs, including ones from album recently recorded and due out in Sept. The backup band included extraordinary talent in the musicians. James Taylor performed longer than I would have imagined, with multiple encores. Really seemed to enjoy being "home" at Tanglewood. So too did the crowd enjoy seeing him. Worth every penny to get to hear it.”
I’ll have more pictures of that later, I forgot my transfer cable to my new Canon. (All these pix are from my little handheld camera.)
Since I seem to be into views this trip, this was our view this morning as we awakened in West Springfield, Massachusetts.
And our view when we got to our room at the Boston Marriott Cambridge.Now we’re heading out and about for more adventure!
That barge out in the middle of the Charles River is the fireworks barge. Tonight, fireworks will go off, synchronized to the William Tell Overture, played by the Boston Symphony Orchestra - less than one block from our hotel. It will be beautiful! And we will be crammed somewhere in 800,000 people. (What was I thinking?)
It's beautiful. It's raining. We're going exploring, more later!