One More Time


With the end of summer comes the end of boating for us, and that always makes me a little sad.  I love cruising the Maine islands noting and appreciating their differences.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAAll have rocky shores, some craggy,

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some with stones worn smooth by years of the sea smashing against them.

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Others are forests of green

flag/maine/North Havenor lichen covered

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAor bare but for a lighthouse standing guard.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAImages of all are etched in my heart, especially those of my favorite, Brimstone, where one end is rocks of all sizes and shapes

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAand the other is layers of stone with one lone stubby tree

cimg1722and grasses swaying in soft wind.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAWhat makes this island special to me are the rocks, dark and shiny in the water

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAand on a beautiful sunny day warm enough for a hot stone massage.

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A path leads to the top of Brimstone and standing there looking across the sea, one can imagine Europe’s coast in the far distance.

It is exploring the islands on days kissed by the sun and gentle seas that remind me Maine is the way life should be.

i so appreciate your visit and the comments you leave behind

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10 thoughts on “One More Time

  1. Beautiful Linda, the hot stone massage sounds good!

    1. You wouldn’t believe how wonderful the rocks are!

  2. summer will return before you know it!! i am always thankful for memories!

    1. The way time flies you are right.

  3. Linda, so much beauty and I could use a hot stone massage right now. I have walked about 7 miles today!

  4. I always enjoy your stay in Maine each summer…I enjoy your adventures, your gorgeous photos of your beautiful Maine, your insights, your delightful meals that you share with friends…Yes, Maine, the way life should be!

  5. Love the coastline pictures you’ve shared. I especially like the polished rocks and wish they could tell us their stories. Thanks for sharing

  6. So sad to see it go! I love the sun and water. The cool fall air is fun for a while, but then the cold sets in and it is no fun! These shots are beautiful. How blessed you are to be able to cruise this beautiful shore.

  7. Always so sad the end of boating season!! We haven’t pulled ours yet, but will soon sadly!

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