It’s been another mostly rainy, gray day. So what to do? Bake. Ham and broccoli quiche for dinner tonight.
We didn’t get the predicted big wind storm but there was a lot of rain. Two-and-a-half inches Thursday and another three inches Friday through Sunday. That’s already more than the average for the entire month of October.
This afternoon we visited the famous Pemaquid Point Lighthouse, first constructed in 1827. Here’s Trisha with her long-time friend, Rose Bensen.
We’re on the third floor of a quite new Hampton Inn with a balcony overlooking the harbor. Pretty nice view!
After the five-hour flight to Boston and overnight in Saugus, here’s the itinerary for our Maine/Acadia National Park trip.
It’s been just two years since our last visit to Crater Lake. It’s as majestic as ever, of course.