In early spring 2013, I grabbed my camera and did of bit of exploring in Waltham, MA, my current hometown. The city’s location along the banks of the Charles River put it at the epicenter of the Industrial Revolution. I guess one could say Waltham was a pioneer in sweatshops and child labor. Booyah!
Waltham has become a quieter, somewhat cleaner place since the 1850s. Moody St., the Restaurant Row of Boston, has a great selection of restaurants and bars catering to any taste and ethnicity. But, what appeals to me are the mind numbing dull moments in the Watch City which add to my enjoyment of living here and makes this burg a great place to call home.
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