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... walked along Main Street. This large urn of flowers sits in front of a lively restaurant. Water fountain.
Keeping the ocean in our view, Rich noticed snails on this rock by an inlet. Through the gates was this view.
This is a picture of the Ogunquit Library, all made out of stones. More flowers in front of a small cafe. ...
... This is a picture of Jolly the Trolley. All the trolleys are named _olly. There is Molly, Holly, Jolly, Polly, etc.
We walked along looking at the landscape. Walking over a bridge, we spotted this neat formation of rocks with a stream running through them.
We have picked out our new home and this one is it!. I cannot even imagine ...
On Saturday we visited Jessica's school, Columbia University, in downtown Manhattan. As Paul would say, " it's an oasis". It's a gorgeous campus completely surrounded by the hustle and bustle of New York City. After touring we headed to Central Park for a walk to Strawberry Fields and than home for a dinner by chef Paul with Jessica and her boyfriend Etiene. Great weather day again. On Sunday ...
... in a house full of antiques and beautiful artwork that came with the building. Basically they bought a fully furnished mansion crockery and all! It was a lovely meal with lots of interesting conversation and brilliant wine (all the bottles actually had corks! I am living the high life aren't I!) I left the meal wondering what type of house the old bankrupt family now life in (and why they didn't try to at least take one of their 3 grand pianos with ...
... quaint little village of Rockpoint. The roads are so old and narrow in these little coastal towns, that in some places, it's only 1 car wide - so it took us nearly the entire day to drive around this peninsula/ cape but it was beautiful.