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Spent way too much...

June 10th, 2013 at 03:30 am

Yesterday, I had the opportunity to sail on a schooner around Boston Harbor. My hubby, son, and a friend went. We tried to find a meter (free on Sundays), but of course all those spots were taken and had to spend $20 to park in a garage. We also spent $31 on lunch and tipped the crew on the schooner as well. In the end I spent $65 yesterday.

However, for a great day in the city and a free two hour sail, I think it was worth it! For us to spend money like that is extremely rare, so I suppose it is best not to fuss over it. I will shave a few dollars off my weekly "allowance" (covers groceries, gas, and spending) the next few weeks to make up the difference.

8 Responses to “Spent way too much...”

  1. PatientSaver Says:

    Agreed. It's not every day you get to sail around Boston Harbor. I bet the views were great. Did you take any pics?

  2. nhgirl1970 Says:

    Yes I did and "thought" I posted one here, but I don't see it?

  3. My English Castle Says:

    Sounds beautiful. Don't you hate to pay for parking? I know sometimes it has to be done, but it always irritates me.

  4. rob62521 Says:

    Sounds like you spent the money well. Sometimes you have to spend money and I can tell you it bothers me to do it, but life is often about experiences.

  5. starfishy Says:

    In my head, i broke it down to $22 per person to have a wonderful day in Boston including harbor tour, lunch and parking. that sounds pretty reasonable to me! i'd be annoyed, too, if i couldn't get one of the free parking spots and i had to pay - that's just wrong! Smile thankfully, you picked the best day weather-wise this weekend.

  6. nhgirl1970 Says:

    Yes, a good deal especially since the schooner is usually $42 per person!

  7. Baby_nurse Says:

    It sounds like a wonderful way to spend a weekend afternoon. Money well spent.

  8. snafu Says:

    Sounds like a lovely way to spend the day. I guess you could save a bit by packing a picnic lunch particularly if there are benches at harborside to watch boats. We've a couple of those promotion, fabric type backpacks to take frozen drinks, [keeps food cold] sandwiches and fruit for these events that the kids carry. The packs roll up small enough to fit in a handbag or even back pocket when empty

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