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... are just a smear of objects going by. The things I would have liked a picture of are the trees/bushes along the road with cone shaped blooms coming out of the top, I believe they are called Sumac. The other thing is the sloughs covered in lily pads, blooming in pinks and whites. We got stuck in a traffic jam on the interstate in Massachusetts! An hour and a half ...
... t wait to Ride Ultimate Scenic Highways with you all again soon. If you ever have a chance to do one of their rides--DO IT!!!
Thanks to my mother-in-law, Diane, for keeping an eye on our house and pets while we were gone. I'm almost home kitties!
I would also like to thank Ken, Vicky, Margarita, Mike, Jeff, Marieta, and all the other Lakes & ...
... pistachio caramel tart!
We visited the Portland Observatory, learning that it has nothing to do with stars and everything to do with early maritime commerce. Built on Munjoy Hill in 1807 by an early entrepreneur, the Observatory was used to track the port's shipping activity. The tour offered historic background and a 360-degree view of Portland and Casco Bay.
And then, it was our last full day in Portland. Sigh. . .
But we ...
... t quiet summer in Maine!
BUT, there were lobstah rolls involved!
Yes, plural, meaning we had lobster rolls twice today! Once for first lunch and then again for second lunch, as Marette so aptly named those memorable occasions! It was a very good day, indeed.
Lobster rolls are to Maine what fish tacos are to San Diego! And Mainers certainly know how to do their "lobstah" ...
... was missing my snow shoes that's for sure. Second stop, a river walk. Here I think I finally discovered the origin of the smell of laundry detergent called "pine forest". The smell was so clean and fresh, it was beautiful and I can honestly say that detergent manufacturers have done a pretty good job recreating it because I recognised it straight away. Barney thinks I'm ...