On Marathon Monday, Gerome and I wanted to get away from the hustle and bustle of the Boston Marathon since it was such a beautiful spring day. We ended up driving to World's End, which is a gorgeous park and shoreline in Hingham, Massachusetts owned and maintained by The Trustees. Keep reading to see photos of our fun little day trip (my outfit details are also listed somewhere in the middle of this post if you're curious)!
Really interesting views right as you walk out of the parking lot ($6 per person to enter the park, if you're curious).
Dead-looking trees are my aesthetic.
Our photos really don't do beauty of the reservation justice.
Beautiful boy, beautiful view.
I had a lot of fun hanging out on this fallen tree.
I had considered wearing sandals on this trip but I'm glad I didn't. This is definitely sneaker territory.
Stand up. Be extra.
That's the Boston skyline right above my head!
Someone please teach me how to make my hair look graceful in the wind.
🎶 I've been staring at the edge of the water, long as I can remember, never really knowing why...
I'd love to have a summer house where the backyard leads to this kind of shoreline.
My allergies attacked me all day but it was worth it.
This was a really cool art installation inside the park!
🎶 Who is that girl I see, staring straight back at me?
Gerome doing the most to get cool photos of me in the mirrored planks.
We chased each other around the mirror spiral.
There were lots of kids playing in the sculpture that day (us included).
This would look cuter if my hair wasn't in my face (and if the tip of my eyebrow wasn't melting in the heat).
All beaches should have art installations.
Gerome always wears this colored t-shirt. I think I should get him more colors (suggest colors in the comments).
Rocky beaches are just as nice as sandy beaches.
Watching Gerome play with rocks (I ended up taking two he picked out home with me, don't tell anyone).
These have been through a lot. What kind of sneakers should I get next (leave suggestions in the comments)?
Watching moms try to wrangle their kids and prevent them from somehow breaking nature was mildly tiring.
I loved the cold, creepy dead forest vibes. World's End had an interesting mix of vibrant life and wintery decay.
Found this cute little flower sitting alone on a bench before leaving the park.
No day trip is complete without eating local food. We ate at Stars on Hingham Harbor then headed home.
That's it for our World's End adventure! Does it look like somewhere you would want to visit? Let me know in the comments if there are other places in New England you think Gerome and I should visit! If you want to become friends or just keep up with our lives and my blog posts, make sure to follow me on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Bloglovin', and Pinterest. Thanks for stopping by my blog, please come back soon for more content!