Saturday, August 6, 2011

Unexpected Sights

    Yesterday while stopped at a light in Quincy Square, I glanced up to see workmen atop the dome of the Church of the Presidents. It is called that because both John Adams and his son John Quincy Adams worshipped there, and they along with their wives Abigail and Louisa Catherine are buried in tombs in the church's crypt.

     Today I went to the Weymouth Farmers' Market to purchase some produce, and a group was doing taiko drumming.

     The market is smaller than some farmers' markets, but that's okay since it has what I want. It takes place every Saturday from 9:00 to 1:00 behind the Town Hall, and there is always something interesting going on.

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