Today, my family and I went to Plymouth Plantation, where we met the master of the Mayflower and Governor William Bradford. My, oh my.
On Monday, we went to the MOMA. This shot looks down at a display by Martin Kippenberger, the current featured artist at the museum.
This photo is bad quality, but I wanted to show you what was probably my favorite work of art at the MOMA. It's a Jackson Pollock called One: Number 31, 1950. Runners-up include I am the Village by Chagall and Christina's World by the recently deceased Andrew Wyeth.
Here's a shot from the Brooklyn Bridge, which we walked across on Sunday. I love the Brooklyn Bridge. I wrote a song about it yesterday. Maybe I'll post it here eventually.
This is the view as we pulled away from the Battery Park area to go see the Statue of Liberty.
John and Dave hammin' it up on the boat ride over. Yes, we were on a boat.
And here they are again, pointing to our nation's emblem of [endangered] liberty!
It's been a good couple of days. We're doing a tour of downtown Boston tomorrow, and then heading home. I'm excited to see Katy and my friends, and the band is taking pictures on Friday. We've got our first show Saturday. Should be a blast.
Sorry it's been so long since I've updated! Hope everyone is well!
P.S. I forgot to show off my new glasses. Whaddup Urban Outfitters.