Scott Wilson, of Wilson Farm in Lexington, says the hot, dry conditions are perfect for growing crops.
Now you don’t have to go inside Boston’s Museum of Science for an educational experience. The museum on Friday started offering outdoor tours of the parks, open areas and surrounding neighborhoods using Segways, the two-wheeled personal transporters that defy the laws of balance. Museum vice president of education Paul Fontaine says he has long wanted to expand the museum’s offerings to the outdoors.
Groundhog’s shadow or not, we still have terrible winter weather ahead. But signs of spring are out there – kind of.
There always seems to be so much to do this week.
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