adventures of ganley the hedgehog: boston, MA

Ganley recently spent a few days in Boston. He enjoyed a wander through the Fens on a sunny morning.

He also took advantage of the fantastic restaurants in Boston, starting out with a delicious take-out dinner from El Pelon, which recently re-opened its Peterborough Street location. He highly recommends the veggie plato (a great pile of mexican rice, black beans, and veggies, with corn tortillas on the side). Lunch at Pho and I was also excellent. The Pho Chay was such a large bowl of soup that Ganley could have swam laps in it, if it hadn’t been so delicious. The soup had a variety of vegetables and lots of yummy tofu. And most impressive of all was dinner at the Red Lentil in Watertown. The Red Lentil is all vegetarian, and has many gluten-free vegan options, as well as gluten-free cake! The food was really tasty, and beautifully presented.

As I mentioned before, Ganley loves good public transit, so of course he liked riding the T. Here he is admiring the T map while waiting for a train at the Symphony T stop.

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6 responses

  1. so awesome!

  2. Sounds like Ganley really enjoys returning to Boston -such a good place for vegans – thinking about moving back?? MOM

    1. visiting our old stomping grounds was fun. boston is a great place to visit, but ganley and i think it’s too expensive to live there.

  3. My question is how many funny looks did you get while taking pictures of Ganley? 🙂

    1. none that i noticed! my husband was holding ganley whenever i took a picture, and since ganley is so small, i think most people passing by wouldn’t have noticed the hedgehog and just assumed i was some tourist taking a picture of her husband. you raise a good point though: if ganley and i have a photo adventure without jeff, i will probably look like a crazy person. 🙂

  4. I got a lot of funny looks when I took a picture of Ganley at a conference I was at (see ellen’s earlier Ganley post). 🙂

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