Bayside is a little village within the town of Northport. It is characterised by a bunch of small, pastel, closely spaced, gingerbread style homes. Northport is the town adjoining Belfast on the south and west. It is across the Belfast harbor from our campground. It is invisible to us most of the day, but the late afternoon sun illuminates all the sails and white masts in the marina and makes it stand out. We drove over today as part of a grocery trip. The first picture is of their marina. The next two try to capture the "gingerbread" nature of the houses. The fourth picture is a view across the harbor towards the Moorings campground. It was a long shot across a lot of water and the attendent haze; but, if you look closely, you can see a brown rig in contrast to a number of other white ones in the lower left of the picture, close to the water. That's us. The last picture is pretty dark. I tried to capture a bit of sunset. In the foreground is the tomato planter hanging from our mirror. Then you can see the Weber kettle on which I grilled tonight's steak. The rig in the background is the Dunn's.
This evening an RV maintenace technician came down from Bangor to do an awning repair on Steve Wells' rig. When he was done, he had a look at a couple of things we needed fixed. He'll be back in a couple of days and hopefully our toilet will be able to once again flush normally without using the manual override.