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... had a different signal which helped seafaring navigators find their way from port to port.
We met up for lunch, which of course meant another chance for another lobster BLT! But we shared because we were all saving ourselves for a gastronomic extravaganza at PRIMO!
PRIMO is a located in a grand old house on nearly four acres of farmland. The attention to freshness and perfection is represented by a commitment to ...
... 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!!!
... Harbor. Bruce and Robert had started their trip with six other riders, but a bike crash in Michigan sent their injured companions home early. White Lightening and I had fun riding with them into Brunswick. Robert led the way, zig zagging on back roads through the Bowdoin College town. They ...
... the road. This was the first time we had set up the tent in the dark, nevertheless we had the tent pitched and beds made in the time it took Pete and Sebastian to figure out and set up the "sets up in 1 minute, our easiest ever canopy" and screen-room from Coleman; our bug house. The kids went to bed and the cousins stayed up a little while listening to music and drinking bourbon, a great way to end the epic day of driving.
... sleeping facilities, or something else? That's something I’m going to have to research.
Coastal New England towns seem to have a love affair with ice cream. I know it’s a cooling treat in summer, but how much ice cream do people eat to support all these ice cream shops? Don’t people know it’s all going to go straight to their thighs? On ...