Cozy Moose on Moosehead Lake
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Before Mark and I moved to Maine, I would like to say I did extensive research on every place we needed to visit beforehand. .... I would like to say that. I did however, find a few places we definitely needed to visit and created elaborate fantasies about how the day would pan out. Moosehead Lake was one such place. We were supposed to spend all summer there, make friends with locals who would take us out on their boat and we would fish all day; we would camp out on Elephant Mountain ...
... of cheese, grapes, bagels and cupcakes.
The weather has been quite rainy, so it's a pain getting to school. It's also getting quite cold.
Starting to wear big winter jackets and gloves.
I bought the most beautifulest pair of brown leather gloves. They are vintage gloves and I got them for $6. What a bargain. I usually go into this vintage store once per a week. There is always something funky and new (she travels all around America to find cool vintage clothing, hats ...
... into Jordan, who got another tattoo......
A very very small one. It's really cute. I will put photo up when he gets back.
That night it poured down with rain. We went to have dinner on this lovely boat but the restaurant was full. Never mind. We were off to the Irish pub for a drink and some dinner.
We had a lovely dinner and than we went to another pub. Very American. There were large TV's everywhere with sport on ...
... and all get along. The horses are very big too!
Next, I helped Beccy take some horses down to the barn for the next lesson.
She showed me her horse- the biggest, most handsomest horse I have ever seen.
What a great experience..... and I have a lesson every Wednesday now!
On the way home from riding the girls wanted to stop for a drink.
We stopped at the gas station and the girls (all skinny) got a pizza, bag of chips, ...
We got milk, eggs,jam, vegetables, fruit and some home made bakery treats!
After getting our weekly vegetable we were off to Pats (the local diner) for a breakfast.
Sunday morning we rode our bikes to campus for the canoe trip.
When we got there the canoes were not ready. Someone had hired them out and
not put them back. This meant Jordan and the tour guides had to go and collect the canoes from another area and load them on the trailer. The ...