Monday, August 16, 2010

MAINE

Day trips to Maine are therapeutic.
Especially when you are accompanied by great women.
Tour guide EP led the way and we followed.
We saw lighthouses,
lots of antique shops,
plenty of outlet shopping,
good Maine food,
taffy making,
Ronald Regan,
the Bush compound,
fudge samples with surprises,
new brides,
street names with personal meaning,
and lots and lots of other fun and memorable things.
Thanks for an unforgettable day.

13 comments:

shirlgirl said...

What a great outing! Love the picture of Nubble Light at Cape Neddick--my very favorite spot. Have eaten at Fox's many times and also lunch on the rocks just looking out at the ocean. Love all of the pictures. Makes me yearn for Maine. I didn't get there this year. Glad you had so much fun with the girls--great for the soul.

April said...

What a wonderful weekend! It looks so beautiful--The food looks fantastic! (and so do you!!)
Love you!

Undaunted ~ My Life One Day at a Time said...

I love lighthouses! I miss Maine too. :) I have some good family there. Glad you had a great day.

ellen said...

Your pictures are great; I hardly took any (very un-EP-like. It was a zinger of a day!

LL said...

you make everything more fun!
ZINGER? ;-)

Jenny said...

Good friends are treasures.
Maine was ZINGER-iffic!
You're a trip, sis.
:)

shirlgirl said...

I also meant to make a comment on the Bush house at Walker's Point. That is a beautiful shot!! Also the Three Pugs Antique store--now who would have ever thought? Did you tell the owners that you have three pugs?

The Kings said...

how fun! Your hair looks really pretty.

Emily B. said...

I'm so glad you got to do that! Maine is definitely on my list of places to visit. I like your haircut btw. :)

Adam and Anya said...

Beautiful photos! Beautiful girls!

TMI Tara said...

The home on the beach and the light house are breath taking. So jealous, I love it there! Wish I would have known you a couple years when I went out to NH several times to see my SIL. Now she's in San Fran so we don't go to the East coast much anymore. Oh but I just LOVE love love it!!!

Priscilla said...

It looked really fun! We have so many relatives from there...My slant might have been different...but fun for you. I'm glad.
mom

Jo Jo said...

Sigh.