This morning I cooked up a pound of bacon and made pancakes for five of us. Speaking of five of us, the sleeping arrangements worked out just fine. It was a late breakfast after which the girls; Durelle, Carolyn, Brielle and Baxter (non-girl) headed down to the beach. Looking for beach glass at low tide is a universal Maine occupation.
You might assume that, since I am not in the picture, I took them. You'd be wrong. Dave was a great help with many things during the too short visit. It started before he arrived as he brought us a couple of bottles of Absolut from NH saving me twenty bucks. Assembling the sleeping arrangements, taking many of the pictures and driving the Jeep back from Camden were also appreciated. They can come back anytime.
Here is a small yacht heading into the Belfast Harbor.
Baxter soon declared the beach a sea gull-free zone, but it took more energy than he had.
This was a much larger yacht heading into Belfast. It anchored offshore.
Here's Brielle and Carolyn on top of the tower at Mount Battie. Is that a fine picture of Carolyn?
This is Brielle on the stairway to the top of the tower.
This picture of Carolyn and Brielle had a backdrop of the Camden Harbor, but I cropped it because this was such a nice shot of the two of them.
Lest I leave Dave out of the picture, here's Dave and Carolyn. Brielle is disappearing down the hill toward Camden.
Here's Dave and Carolyn. They are a great couple and we appreciate the drive that it took for them to pay us a visit.