bigger place in my memory then that. When I first got there they would not serve me because I was too young. It took a bit to get false ID so I'd just walk around and try to pick up girls. That's hard to do with no car and no money when you are ######. I'd walk around Sculley square and the common. Later several of us rented a 5th floor walk up cold water apt just off of Sculley square. The parties that went on it that building. That's where I learned I liked winos and whores. Most are good people.
2. I learned my way around town on the MTA and later when I
got a car I had to learn it all over again.
3. I met a much older woman (31) from Waltham when I was almost 19. We had a lot of fun and great sex. She gave me a blow-job on the MTA going out to her
place in the wee hours of the AM one time. We went along until one night it was snowing, not hars and she decided she would not take me back to the ship. It was late and the MTA had quit fot the night and I walked over 20 miles in the snow. I never saw her again.
4. I lived with a big blond model from Houghs Neck in Quince for a year or so. She was the only woman I ever stayed with because she looked so fine. Three years after the last time I saw her she told my mother she was pregnant with my baby.
5. Lived with another gal at 66 Fenway park in a basement apartment. She had a daughter that was 10 that loved me. I remember the daughters name was Faith. She was a great kid. I have no idea what the mothers name was.
6. I spent some time in the shipyard in East Boston in the 60s. Rough place to be drunk. I picked a fight with a guy that was at least 100 lb bigger then me. Bad idea.
7. The first time I tried to kill myself was at Revere Beach. Just got sick of living.
8. Met a girl walking in the Commons and took her out on the lake in one of the rental rowboats. We got down in the bottom of the boat and were trying to figure out how to get it on when the boat people rowed up and said our time was up. Never did get any from her the moment was lost.
9. Only went to jail once there. That was at the substation on Columbia circle.
10. I was drinking in Charleston and my ship was in the ship yard there. I came to in a bed with my clothes on. It was dark but there was some light coming in from the next room. I went in there and there was an old man sitting in a chair watching TV. I ask him how I got there and he said I just walked in and went to bed. I said how do I get out? He pointed at a door so I left.
That's sort of what my time in Boston was like. I was in a fog
most of the time and didn't have a clue!! Sleep well all.
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