Some exciting... some mundane, trips to Willard, watching softball on Prom, cruising on Explorer to Caribbean, poetry alone at night, catching woodchucks, some summer rain, dinners with D and M, daiquiris on the deck with friends, losing a close friend, boardwalk at Seaside, saw the Situation?, West Coast games with the Sox, Belfast visit, abandoned farm on Route 1, turkeys in the backyard, Artwalk, Smithwicks with bro, time with family in NJ, best garden ever, Sundays at Maine State Music, special times with E- and J-, catching the balloons along the Androscoggin, walking the trail at Stroudwater, waitin' for Earl, new friends in VT, walkin' the boulevard, up before dawn on the porch, caring for the crops, sidewalk art, cutting some wood, Birdman's big day, gliding over Lake Winnipesaukee's surface, Steve Miller Band, NYC and Philly, the Three Apostles, sunny spots with Molly and Sophie, Bintliff's for brunch, surviving a tornado, that new Mellencamp CD, strawberry rhubarb pie, trying the Good Egg, 12th Night under the stars, building that scarecrow and other adventures now forgotten,
Oh gosh...I'm tired now!ReplyDelete
So many wonderful things to do and I imagine your summer was full of lovely days!Lucky you!
Many of these things "to do in Summer", I could not understand because I think they are "stuffs" from your country, your culture, your place there.
For instance...I don't know well what is daiquiri, I've never tried it!
I need to confess that I was searching here at Google about Mellencamp, it was a nice surprise, I liked a lot his music! Thanks for this hint!
Hugs and a lovely Friday
You are so gentle, thanks so much for the Daiquiri Recipe!I will try it for sure!ReplyDelete
Ahem, 'catching a skunk in my havahart trap and then leaving on a week trip with skunk still in said trap, leaving the wife to deal with it.'ReplyDelete
Oh yeah, the good old days.;-)
Great summer my sweetie.
What a dreamy summer (except for the skunk). So glad we got to play a small part in the epic of Birdman's Big Holiday.ReplyDelete
I'm impressed that you can *remember* all that. I'm not sure what I did last week.ReplyDelete
It sounds like your summer was fun and productive!ReplyDelete
I'm with Sharon! Sounds like you had a memorable summer.ReplyDelete
Sounds like Margaritaville. Searching for your lost shaker of salt.ReplyDelete
An eventful time, for sure. But it looks as if it was 1) so tiring that you went to sleep, or 2) so melancholy that you passed out! ;-))ReplyDelete
Either way, that's better than a series of horrendous events you try to forget.
Have a great weekend.
So much to experience for one season. What a life!ReplyDelete
What a great summer! We do not do these things outside here or we melt!ReplyDelete
I love this pictureReplyDelete