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.
This is me goofing off on the plane 🙂
A soldier made of forks in Concord
There were lots of these stone walls in Massachusetts.
The North Bridge, where ‘The Shot heard round the world’ was fired.
One side is dedicated to the British
And the other marks the Americans
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!
Beautiful gardens, including beautiful flowers.
Next Stop: Winter Harbor, Maine
The view from my window
Isn’t he a cutie?
Beautiful ice cream sundae!
The seaweed was full of little air pockets:
You can barely see the lupine, a beautiful flower that grows in Maine, in this photo.
An adorable bed and breakfast.
The house we stayed in.
The grocery store my friend and I could bike to in the little town.
That’s all for now! You’ve seen the start of my trip 🙂