It does look like fun! So happy the weather is cooperating. R really does have a creative streak, maybe a visit to your house for a little intro to weaving or knitting? How did the lobsters fair speaking of knitting?
Oh there's weaving going on alright!! I brought my rigid heddle loom with a beachy warp. There will be pics of that project!!The lobster gift bags were really appreciated! So far I've seen the lobsters being towed around in small wagons, lobsters being carried around, and cousins talking to each other on their "lobster phones". I guess maybe the claws are somehow reminiscent of some kind of phone!!!I should snag a few lobster pictures!!Sue
Yes, we want to see the lobsters in their new lives! Looks lovely there-glad you are having a good time! (And didn't leave your weaving behind!)
Thanks for letting us know about your vacation! This is great fun with the weaving and toys - very creative and relaxing!
Now that you mention it, I think I remember about a beachy warp being shown. Yes? Oh please, I really want to see those lobster phones! How fun is that!Seen any blue dancing lobsters sashaying across the dunes?
More fun pictures. Looks like you're have great weather. Thanks for sharing.
Looks lovely. I am trying to figure out a northeast coast vacation for my hubby & mine's 40th anniversary next year. I've been to Boston but that is it. Thinking about flying to Boston & driving up coast but I don't know how spread out things are or what spots to hit. Looks like I'll have to hit the library.
Donna - that's great that you'll be visiting New England next summer! Of course you'll have to figure out your own itinerary - but I want to recommend Acadia National Park particularly. It's very beautiful. It sometimes has more rain and fog than the rest of New England, so don't bet your whole trip on it. But it is gorgeous!! I secretly think August has the most reliably sunny weather. Hot, but sunny. Happy anniversary!!No dancing lobsters - red or blue. At least not yet!!Sue
Donna... another option is to fly to Portland (usually more expensive than Boston though) or Bangor if you're headed to Acadia... can be pretty crowded on the roads in the south part of the state in the summer... but Boston or Manchester NH could work too. Freeport is just north of Portland, and if you take coastal route up from there, there are many nice towns such as Rockland (with art museum with good Wyeth collection), Camden and Belfast. Also many small islands worth ferrying to... Monhegan is a gem. Not sure what you're looking for but thought I'd put in my two cents as a transplanted Mainiac...
Thanks for the ideas everyone!!!!!!
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