The Freedom Trail is a path passing through historic locations in downtown Boston to Charlestown. Following it will lead you to places that made an impact on the history of the United States, to the Boston Massacre, the Midnight Ride, to the path of this nations’s road to independence.
It is also a plot point for a major faction quest in Fallout 4. Come on now, don’t give me too much credit. So on my second day in Boston, my friend Alex and I walked the trail. I followed it in the game a few days before, and then I did in real life. So cool!
It was a beautiful sunny day. I checked the weather the night before, and my phone said it would rain. I planned to wear my rain boots the next day. Like I mentioned in my previous What I Wore post, the rain broke away in the morning, and I was stuck with rain boots the rest of the day. :’D It wasn’t too bad at least. My Kamik boots were very comfortable.
This is the beginning of the trail at the Common. Following it takes you to a beautiful stroll across the park. I’ve said this countless times, but fall is so beautiful. 🍁
Off we go!
Sidenote: This is a multi-paged entry. I have a lot of images for this day, and I wasn’t comfortable posting it all in one page due to possible loading issues. I decided to split this post into pages. You’re also able to load them all in one page if you’d like. This is a new feature on my blog (and one I hope I won’t use too much), so any feedback is much appreciated!