Good morning, fans of Sinden.org! As you well know, Sinden.org is the long-running blog of David Sinden, updated regularly with only the very best of content. Unfortunately, during this month, David will be returning to his longtime summer camp, where he has been assigned the rank of Captain and plays the organ for a service each day. During this time, he will be unable to post. His camp is provided with a pipe organ, but not internet access.
Captain Sinden has deputized me, Will Parks, to blog on his behalf. Because I clearly rank below him, I am assigning myself the rank of Lieutenant. As a longtime reader of Sinden.org, I am fully aware of the format and content you have come to expect from this blog. I hope my posts will be up to the high standards set by Captain Sinden.
Currently, I am spending the 4th of July in perhaps the most appropriate location in America: Lexington, Massachusetts. I have been assured by my hosts that this is where the Revolutionary War started, and wikipedia confirms that the Battle of Lexington was indeed the first engagement of the American Revolution. They had fireworks on July 3rd, in an apparent pre-4th of July celebration, keeping with their tradition of doing patriotic things first.
Meanwhile, the race is on to find my lodgings for next year. I have discovered the T, the Boston transit system. It works remarkably well, and has completely changed my thinking about transportation. I hope to find a room to rent within range of the subway, and so far, it looks like that will be possible.
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