Concord

After a couple of days in Boston we headed West to find more fall colors.

2014-10-18 13.36.22We stopped in Concord to see the historic site of the start of the Revolutionary War.

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We saw a statue of a soldier and then a real one who answered some of Paul’s questions.

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I enjoyed seeing this mother and baby resting by the river.

2014-10-18 13.27.48_500This is the Caesar Robbins House, near Old North Bridge, built by a former slave in the early 1800’s.

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Sarah was impressed by the huge leaves that had fallen in the area.

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Then we had a great lunch at the 1716 Colonial Inn of Concord — I highly recommend it.

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Before leaving the area we stopped by Walden Pond, of course.

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