Loved this Lighthouse in Rockland, as it was so cloudy and misty on this morning and the sailboat out in the distance was so pretty.
This lighthouse was seen from the shore of the Portland lighthouse. I love this picture because of the blue sky, yet it was also a little hazy. In the distance, more sailboats can be seen!
These are just three of the Lighthouses we saw and photographed. This is Cape Elizabeth East, one of the twins. I love the scroll work on the trim of this house. Some of the days we were there were cloudy and a little rainy, but that did not stop us.
This photo is for our grandson, Silas. He is mesmerized with all things fire trucks, hats and sirens.
Many mornings while I was visiting my daughter and her family, I was awaken to him making his siren sound. I loved it so much!!
And....while in Maine, one must go to quilt shops. I think I visited about four shops this time. At Alewives Fabrics they were preparing for a special visit from Denyse Schmidt, sadly I was not going to be in Maine while she was there debuting her new fabric line "Chicopee", I did get a peak at it in person. Very pretty indeed!
This last picture was a must for me, oh how I love dresden's and when I saw it, I just had to take a picture!
We had a wonderful time in Maine, we have decided to go back again and explore a little more of this beautiful State. Next time on the agenda is a Lighthouse tour and we would really love to rent a cabin and do a little more relaxing. Our son's favorite part of the trip were the Lobster rolls we enjoyed in Wiscasset. I am looking forward to new memories each time we visit.
I have a lot of sewing to do, so I better say good-bye for now and sew, sew, sew! Next time I am planning on showing some progress from my sewing room!
Did you visit someplace this Summer you would like to share? We really enjoy reading your comments and getting to know all of you!!