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... In the early afternoon, Casey is called and advised that her friend Sondra has died.
Saturday marks the first full day of Labor Day Weekend and we must leave our cottage. We spent a bit of time Friday trying to find new lodgings. Most all of our “backup” destinations were now fully booked up. Casey is on her laptop and Jim is on his. Casey lucks out with a newly available spot on the “Quiet Side” of the island – near the ...
... Chip cones watching the world and their boats go by.
The journey north from here on in is nothing short of spectacular, with sea, mountains and the fall foliage just starting to turn from green to wonderful crimsons and oranges. Today is officially the first day of Fall! The sun is setting as we pull into the driveway of Aysgarth Station, our 'home from home’ for the next three nights. In fact, it is very ...
... so we were fascinated by that! It was by far the best day off at camp and we all seemed to have a great time :-) Today, we continued with rehearsals for the play and painting scenery. We painted the back of the flats black so that they can be used to conceal things backstage (an innovative idea born from not being able to go buy some black bed sheets to make curtains :-p) Bring on post camp :-p ...
After another beautiful sunrise and breaking down camp in sauna like conditions, we headed to Acadia National Park. Acadia was the first national park east of the Mississippi and probably still one of the most diverse. Between the pine forests, the coastal mountains and the rocky seashore, there is something there for everyone. Had it not been the 4th of July weekend, and every lodging option within miles sold out, we would have liked to have stayed longer.
... An old Polish couple, running a self-service store and a small restaurant – they offered us chowder, lobster and salad. As they had no license for wine, we only could order water, but they had no problem taking our own bottle which we bought few hours before in a wineshop (were the owner also had Austrian wine!). We enjoyed our rustical dinner with our wine in plastic cups! It was a blend designated to be drunk with lobster – called ...
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