#100MaineDays: Part Five

Written by Jacqueline Newell

The next installment of #100MaineDays. Boy, do I miss the days of wearing shorts!

Day Thirty-One

Day Thirty-One

Movie dates with my mom consist of empty theaters and kiddie popcorn packages.

Day Thirty-Two

Day Thirty-Two

“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.

Day Thirty-Three

Day Thirty-Three

Community libraries have popped up all over Maine. People can swap out their books for a new ones or just borrow one.

Day Thirty-Four

Day Thirty-Four

I think the only reason someone would ever make a wheel barrel this small is so that they could fill it with shrimp.

Day Thirty-Five

Day Thirty-Five

On the Fourth of July, we drove up to Freeport to the L. L. Bean flagship store to run an Independence Day 5K.

Day Thirty-Six

Day Thirty-Six

My summer uniform consisted of madras & Sperrys.

Day Thirty-Seven

Day Thirty-Seven

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.

Day Thirty-Eight

Day Thirty-Eight

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.

Day Thirty-Nine

Day Thirty-Nine

New running shoes make any day a good day!

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