My Maine Memoirs

No, you weren’t imagining it.  There is purposeful alliteration in the title to this series:

My Maine Memoirs

Honestly, so much happened on this trip that I cannot still even quite put it into words… and I’m not going to try!  Aside from a few comments, necessary to understand this photo journal of my trip, I will allow the pictures to do the talking… because a picture is worth a thousand worn clichés.

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This is me goofing off on the plane 🙂

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A soldier made of forks in Concord

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There were lots of these stone walls in Massachusetts.

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The North Bridge, where ‘The Shot heard round the world’ was fired.

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One side is dedicated to the British

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And the other marks the Americans

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Bonus trivia: The artist who created the Minute Man and the Lincoln Memorials was given his first art lessons by one of  Louisa May Alcott’s younger sister!

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Nearby countryside.

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Beautiful gardens, including beautiful flowers.

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Next Stop:  Winter Harbor, Maine

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The view from my window

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Isn’t he a cutie?

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Beautiful ice cream sundae!

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The harbor.

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The seaweed was full of little air pockets:

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My feet.

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You can barely see the lupine, a beautiful flower that grows in Maine, in this photo.

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An adorable bed and breakfast.

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The house we stayed in.

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The grocery store my friend and I could bike to in the little town.

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That’s all for now!  You’ve seen the start of my trip 🙂

 


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