|$1 45's at the Plymouth Candy Store|
|That's Plymouth Rock. It's as small as it looks.|
|The Mayflower II|
|Lots of big bolts on the dock behind the Mayflower II|
|The Plymouth Jetty— I walked almost to the very end, got a little freaked out by the ominous looking sky (and my 2 hours of parking expiring), and turned around just a little early.|
Update: I've been catching up on my favorite radio shows and podcasts via Stitcher Smart Radio, and caught the weekend edition of Fresh Air. They spent a segment interviewing Jonah Lehrer, who has written two books on where creativity comes from.
He made two points that really stood out to me: first, that inspiration often strikes when we least expect it (not so much when we're staring at a blank sheet of paper.) Second, children are typically more creative because the part of their brains that limits outlandish thinking hasn't matured yet. You can hear the episode of Fresh Air—which I highly recommend—here.