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Sunday, July 21, 2013

Cindy's Last Day

     It has been a wonderful week.  There was not a lot of touristy things.  In addition to Cindy, our son and daughter-in-law were here for two nights out of that week, too.  As a result, there was a lot of sitting around and visiting.  That ain't all bad when you have all your kids together, especially when you have reached the point that your youngest is fifty!  Tomorrow, Cindy's flight out of Bangor is at 0700.  That means an 0430 get up!  We don't do a lot of that lately.
     Today Durelle and Cindy went down to the pedestrian bridge over the Passagassawaukeg River in Belfast.  Baxter and I wimped out.  Cindy's I-phone provided the following pictures.


     The first is a shot of the Belfast harbor taken from the walking bridge, looking out to sea.


      The second is a shot along the pedestrian bridge.  Prior to 1963 this structure provided the original river crossing for route 1.  In 2006 the old road was converted into a pedestrian bridge.

     
     In this shot Cindy captured a too short fisherman (girl) enjoying a pleasant day on the water.  Tonight is not a full moon, but almost.  Below is a shot, taken from site 21A of the moon over Penobscot Bay.


     Folks that know the campground know this view.

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