Written by Jacqueline Newell
The next installment of #100MaineDays. Boy, do I miss the days of wearing shorts!
Movie dates with my mom consist of empty theaters and kiddie popcorn packages.
“Bite into Maine,” is one of the food carts located in Fort Williams State Park. (You can see Portland Head Light in the background.) Lobster rolls & whoopie pies, Maine classics.
Community libraries have popped up all over Maine. People can swap out their books for a new ones or just borrow one.
I think the only reason someone would ever make a wheel barrel this small is so that they could fill it with shrimp.
On the Fourth of July, we drove up to Freeport to the L. L. Bean flagship store to run an Independence Day 5K.
My summer uniform consisted of madras & Sperrys.
Throughout the summer, the Inn by the Sea in Cape Elizabeth hosts Jazz on the Lawn. There is s’more making by the fire pit so my mom & I taught everyone the way Girl Scouts do it.
The Portland Museum of Art featured Richard Estes, a surrealist painter, this summer. He takes photos and creates a panoramic and than paints it all together.
New running shoes make any day a good day!