Since we moved to the Sacramento area of California, it has been like living on the surface of the sun. It’s a million degrees every day, and not one drop of moisture to take the edge off.
So we purposely went through our photos to find something nice and cold, like some snow remnants during spring in Massachusetts.
Built in 1927, this brick beauty in Bedford, Mass., used to serve as Bedford Junior High School and Auditorium. It was designed by Boston architect George M. Champney, and currently serves as Bedford’s Town Hall.
(Also, we super-duper miss you Bedford, Massachusetts!)