Down Easter Inn
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... Home, learning the history of Lucy Farnsworth, the museum's original benefactor. Jack and I learned the history of the Fresnel lens that was invented in 1822 and subsequently installed in lighthouses around the World to improve maritime navigation and safety. The Fresnel lens looks like a beehive of uniformly shaped glass prisms that bend and shape the light into a narrow, concentrated beam that can be seen from miles away. ...
It was time to hit the road and, with many destinations with a couple of hours driving, we decided to make two separate day trips of our visits to Bath and Brunswick and then to Augusta, the state capitol, and Freeport, the shopping mecca of Maine.
Brunswick and Bath are more like suburbs of Portland, just 30 miles up the coast. However, with winding roads and a desire to meander rather than travel the highways, it took us an hour to reach Bath. Marette and ...
... their ocean voyage as Maura and I concluded this chapter of our lives.
THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR SUPPORT, ENCOURAGEMENT & KINSHIP
IN SHARING THIS JOURNEY WITH US!!!
***A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO MAURA & ABBY, THE AWESOME SAG WAG TEAM***
LET'S CAMP S'MORE DAYS!!!
... colored adirondack chairs. Wild flowers line the road by the harbor as I walk towards Pratts. Island. I always stop for a picture on the bridge going to the island either out to the ocean or back to the harbor. The air smells so lovely with pine and beach roses mingled. On Pratts island, I head through a a cool, quiet pine grove til I get to a beach next to a field of yellow wildflowers of various kinds. Here is my ...
... Sardine Packing Ice Harvesting, fishing, and quarrying. Maine actually was once the number one supplier of granite to America. In the late 1800’s and early 1900’s Maine provided about one-third of the national production of granite. I though this part of the museum was very well done. I was expecting to see more information and artifacts on the lobster and blueberry industries since Maine is very famous for them but for the most part I felt each industry ...
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