Sunday, June 24, 2012

Two Peaks

"My Three Hours"
One of my favorite magazines that I peruse, pretty much, cover to cover is MAINE. Each month they spend 48 hours in a city, town or locale in the state. This week I'll be doing my version. So if you're looking for inns, bread and breakfast homesteads, 'in' restaurants, spas, pricey storefronts you're going to be greatly disappointed here. Looking for those places when you are coming Northeast? Check out MAINE. It's pretty cool. They have recently done 48 hour spreads on Camden/ Rockport, Belfast, Kennebunkport, Mt. Desert Island, Lewiston/Auburn, Boothbay Harbor and Ellsworth just to name a few.
Ok, here my take. I'll call it "My Three Hours". Here are a couple of pretty recognizable, weathered shacks near Willard Beach. When I'm not checking out the sand for some of the 'finest kind', I enjoy getting a closer look at these two shingled buildings.

11 comments:

  1. We haven't spent much time in Maine but we have loved each moment that we were there! We were on our sailboat in Portland a few years ago. I loved the city so much - Shipyard Brewing and Gritty's were favorites! Love your blog!

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  2. nice! art is all in the little details.

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  3. There is a lot of beauty in the places you've mentioned. We'll be looking for the details.

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  4. Thanks for the hint, looks a great magazine and a kind of travel guide from there.
    hugs and a nice week ahead,
    Léia

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  5. I look forward to your series this week, Mr. Bird. I have only been to three or four places in Maine and look to discover more.

    Bises,
    Genie

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  6. I like these two roofs. They would make great subjects for an article on real wood siding :^)

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  7. Just when I think your skills as a blogger have peaked, you come up with two more! Fantastic! Oh, and have a nice Maine week!

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  8. Sounds wonderful. I know I just got back from the beach, but I could really get into going back again!

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  9. Neat geometry, fine shot!

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  10. Nice gables, dressed in great shingles -- barbara

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