Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Ah, Maine...



We're home, and I'll get back to blogging soon...

23 comments:

  1. Welcome home! Ah, Maine, indeed. I love Maine, love it. Your pics are just fantastic.

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  2. JoAnn, those are such wonderful pictures! I hope my hubby and I can make it all the way up to Main sometime. Thanks for sharing them!

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  3. Welcome home, looks like you had a wonderful time.

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  4. I was just in Boston on a boat in the harbor...sigh...what is it about New England and the end of summer, start of fall? These pictures are incredible -- so clear and crisp! I love, Love, LOVE New England!!

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  5. Beautiful! I intend to visit Maine someday. When I do, I will have to ask you for some great things to see and do. Any good books take place in Maine? (other than Olive Kitteridge which I just read)

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  6. Maine - I am so envious. Can't wait to see more

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  7. Gorgeous photos. I haven't been to Maine since I was a teenager.

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  8. Can't wait to hear all about it...what part? It bet the water was freezing.

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  9. It looks like a beautiful excuse to be away from the blog!

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  10. Someday I will revisit the east coast - and take enough pictures to last a lifetime.

    Simply beautiful....

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  11. Kaye - Thank you... I always say if I had to pick another state to live in, it would be Maine.

    Rhapsody - thanks!

    Kay - I hope you get a chance to visit some day. It's such a gorgeous place.

    Amanda - thank you

    Nise' - We did!

    Coffee and a Book Chick - One of my daughters may decided to go to Maine for college.If she does, this could be an annual trip! I love New England, too.

    Kim - I'll be ready with suggestions when you do. The first Maine book that pops into my mind (after Olive, of course) is Colony by Anne Rivers Siddons... which I enjoyed years ago.

    Vivienne - I'll probably talk more about it as part of my Sunday Salon this weekend.

    Carol - Then it's definitely time to go back :-)

    Sandy - It's a great spot for a family vacation... your family would love Acadia!

    Diane - We were in Brunswick for the first half of the week (college visits/interviews) then spent the rest of the time in Camden.

    Staci - It's good to be back - thanks!

    Softdrink - it was!

    Molly - Maine is a photographer's paradise. I spent much of the time wishing for better skills!

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  12. Your pictures are so beautiful, so peaceful. It looks like Maine is the perfect place to rest. I can't help but notice that you and your family can't stay away from the water. ;) Welcome back to the real world.

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  13. Welcome home! Great pictures! I have only visited Maine in the winter for skiing but it looks beautiful in the summer - I will have to get there one summer soon!

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  14. Margot - You're right! Never thought if it before, but I guess we do gravitate towards water. Sanibel/Captiva, Florida is a favorite winter vacation spot.

    Booksnyc - We were there in January a couple years ago and it was just as beautiful! Hope you get to visit Maine during the summer, too.

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  15. You can almost hear the gulls and waves lapping!

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  16. Wonderful pictures!! Maine is just so darned photogenic. Trust you had a wonderful time. Welcome back!

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  17. Darlene - Such soothing sounds...

    DS - I love Maine! Twin A looked at colleges, so who knows... we may be spending more time there over the next few years.

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  18. The pictures of Maine are beautiful! I love the one of the Lighthouse!

    Good to see you blogging again!
    ~ Amy

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  19. Amy - Thanks! I love lighthouses, too... it's good to be back.

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