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- summer 2011
|A family in our church invited us to join them, along with a few other families, for a week in June on the rocky beaches of Maine! Amazing!|
the L-O-N-G drive
All worth it once we arrived. There were 3 houses that all the families stayed in. They were tucked in on this rocky point, so the water and beaches were just a stroll down the road.
The Cottage: this is where our family stayed
The big house - actually divided into 2 houses - this is where we all met up to eat dinner together each night.
This house was behind the big house.
The first of the many captured creatures...
No, I think he must have been in a hurry to go swimming.
The views from the porch...as you can tell, this spot is a big fishing and lobster-ing (?) point.
This is a shot of the beaches...shells and rocks...a kid's heaven!
We could go out canoeing any time!! How fun is that!
This was one of our day trips to Booth Bay where we took a boat ride and did some shopping!
Kate hat shopping
Can't go to Maine without a lobster feast!!
Noel was horrified at the executions!!
Can you tell Ben helped the boys with their lobster??
And if your still hangin' in there, here is another day trip - to Pemiquid Point to see the historic lighthouse pictured on the Maine quarter -
what a welcome, huh?
-the first picture on this extremely long post is the Pemiquid Point Lighthouse
Do you remember that warning sign that said -lives had been lost on these rocks?... yeah, that is my husband and kids out there playing on them - *nervous smile*
Back on "our" beach finding more treasures and sea creatures
an early morning canoe ride -
Ethan found a sand dollar on an island they rowed to!