Now that the weather is apparently improving (as if it could get worse) the time is right to announce that I will begin leading Boston history and architecture walking tours soon. I've given hundreds of walking tours of Boston, and the walking tours will include Beacon Hill, the Back Bay, South End, North End, Dorchester--almost any neighborhood in Boston. I also do a walking tour for children through Beacon Hill based on the classic children's book Make Way for Ducklings--I have led hundreds of school children on this tour during the spring. Tours are generally 1.5 hours long, and the cost is $10 in advance for adults, $12 day of the tour. Children aged 6 and up are $5, under 6 are free. I am still working out a schedule, but in general tours will be an evening or two during the week, and on Saturdays. With sufficient notice and numbers other times can be worked out and custom tours are also possible. If you are interested, please email me. More information and a walking tour website will be coming soon. We won't be going up on any fire escapes (the building I'm in front of has since been torn down) but you will get my knowledge of Boston's architecture and history for the price of movie and some good exercise to boot. I hope you will join me.