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The Duck and The Freedom Trail: The Rubber Ducky Project Week 10

The Duck and The Freedom Trail features a rubber duck on The Freedom Trail in Boston, Massachusetts. At the beginning of 2013, I made a resolution to post a weekly photograph of a rubber duck. Because my daughter loved rubber duckies so much, my goal was to post a picture a week of one of her rubber ducks. Her ducks have showed up in some pretty unusual places over the past few years as part of The Rubber Ducky Project.

The Duck and The Freedom Trail

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The Duck and The Freedom Trail © 2015 Heather Johnson

  • Rosie

    This is a wonderful destination, I’ve never been to the Freedom Trail in Boston, but if I have an opportunity, I want to see it. Lucky duckie.

  • You have reminded me that we are so overdue to return to Boston. My husband’s brother lives there but we haven’t been to visit him in a while.

  • Barrie

    I love this idea you are doing for your daughter!

  • LillySong7

    What fun for your daughter! This is like Flat Stanley but just for her. 🙂

  • slehan

    I’d love to visit that place.
    slehan at juno dot com

  • Carmela Mempin

    What a fun idea! For sure my niece would love it.

  • Laura O in AK

    Definitely a fun way to document your travel. I haven’t walked the Freedom Trail, but would love to visit some day.

  • Kristen Wilson

    How fun… my rubber duckie was in Florida this weekend!

  • Christian Diva

    ‘minds me of the old song from “Sesame Street” – “Rubber ducky, you’re the one” – and no i’ve never had a rubber ducky

  • Amy C

    My neice’s pediatrician gives rubber duckies out at office visits. Unique ones, too.

  • Amber Ludwig

    So neat!! I love following your daughter’s ducks!! What fun adventures they take!! The Freedom trail sounds like its awesome for a great walk!

  • Edna Williams

    So fun! Definitely a wonderful place to visit so I have been told! Thanks for sharing!

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