Fall has come Boston. This morning I took my typical run along the Charles River on the Esplanade. The other runners were dressed a little warmer than usual. The air was cool and crisp and the trees along the river are starting to turn red, yellow and orange. I ran down by the Science Museum and then past the law school. After the run, I hurried to get ready before heading to tax class with Professor Feld. Typical morning . . .
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