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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 ...
... F. A wonderful spot to have lunch looking over some very nice boats tied up while their passengers had lunch in the restaurant. There was a queue of boats waiting for a spot to tie up. We heard someone say she had never seen the place so busy. Not surprising on a glorious sunny day.
After lunch headed east through Rochester and Dover avoiding the toll roads to arrive in Portsmouth. Drove down to the waterfront and saw a US Coast Guard ...
... stars can provide directions, and while Cape Neddick Lighthouse stands on Nubble Island about 100 yards off The Point in the village of York Beach ~ travellers can avoid dangers. No rugged coastlines nor submerged reefs can ruin her guidance….it has stood since time immemorial and this will become Maine’s sea mark both day and night. As we walked away to continue our New England trip, I found serenity and calmness. ...
These are a collection of pictures taken around my aunt and uncle's home in New Hampshire where we spent most of our time this past week.
Their house is a haven for beautiful photography.
Raising chickens and quail on their property for egg sales at their local farmer's market, there's always something going on in their backyard. Just being outside ...