We've been here for nearly seven weeks, and it's time to move on. As happens every year here, as departure day approaches, we all scramble to do and see all the things we want to do and see before we leave. Today I did Frogmore stew for fourteen. For those who are unfamiliar, Frogmore stew is a "low country boil' containing shrimp, sausage, 1/4 ears of corn on the cob, red potatoes, onions, lemons a a substantial amount of Cajun-like seasonings. The pictures below were taken before and during the meal. Rick and Judy Feyler drove up from Owl's Head to join us.
Tonight Dick Roth and Bernie Dunn did one last batch of lobsters. Because of the breeze off the bay, we set up the tables in the lee of an expensive forty foot windbreak. During the day I got all the things packed that I could, leaving as few chores as possible for tomorrow morning.