#100MaineDays: Part Six

Written by Jacqueline Newell

Day Forty

Day Forty

Peak’s Island in Casco Bay, outside of Portland. Children jump off the ferry piers on summer days. Taken from our boat.

Day Forty-One

Day Forty-One

For my birthday, we went to the Shipyard Old Port Half Marathon expo and did a mini restaurant crawl. At the expo, we encountered “Jackie’s Hot Mess Express,” a bachelorette party that had completed the Peaks to Portland swim that morning.

Day Forty-Two

Day Forty-Two

For my 24th birthday, I finished my second half marathon with a shirt that said “run like a birthday girl!”

Day Forty-Three

Day Forty-Three

Running art: Displaying shoes through an iconic Maine item.

Day Forty-Four

Day Forty-Four

Dad & I registered for the Disney Princess Half Marathon! (Which, is now about 16 days away! Yikes!)

Day Forty-Five

Day Forty-Five

The Shipyard Old Port Half Marathon made this photo of me at mile 11 into their promo photo and they have been using it for the last 6 months.

Day Forty-Six

Day Forty-Six

Dad & I discovered B.Good, a new burger place in Portland, Maine. They feature unique burgers and crazy soda types, which are my favorite!

Day Forty-Seven

Day Forty-Seven

Novare Res, a local brewery with a beer garden in Portland, Maine. Exchange Street.

Day Forty-Eight

Day Forty-Eight

Genevieve and I took a free sail boat trip around Casco Bay with Portland Schooner Company. I had the chance to hoist the sails… but ended up needing a helping hand.

Day Forty-Nine

Day Forty-Nine

The things you see on the side of the road when you’re running…

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