Day 10 of our Connecting US 20 adventure found us at the Eastern terminus of US 20. Being at this spot has been a goal for nearly 2 years.
Sal and I were there at 9am on a COLD, cloudy, windy morning, excited by the official starting point of our US 20 cross-country trip. Kenmore Square is famous for its proximity to Fenway Park, home of the 2013 World Series champion Red Sox and the huge Citgo sign that has been a fixture of the area for many years.
Kenmore Square itself holds a small city park (image 2 and 3 below) and is at the eastern end of Boston University. We got some strange looks from BU students and the local police as we "adorned" the sign post and ourselves with colored cheesecloth. But of course that didn't dissuade us from our mission. :-)
We left Kenmore Square about 11:00am. It took another hour to clear the Boston metro area. Had a beautiful drive thru quaint New England towns and the foothills of the Berkshires to our current location, Lee MA. The last image is the lake behind our hotel. Beautiful area.
We do our first event on US 20 westbound this evening (May 2) in the Lee Public Library.
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