We spent a relaxing, as relaxing as possible with a two year old, five days at the lighthouse. We had quite a variety of weather. We arrived to frigid temps, temps rose to the 40s, then back to single digits the morning we left. The weather gave me an opportunity to try out many different photo settings for various shots. I've taken a couple of photography classes and am trying a few things out. The slide show includes some of my favorites.
We cooked (well, mostly Sally cooked, but I did make a good pancake breakfast one morning), we read, we hit The Big Chicken Barn (used books and antiques) where Sally found a wonderful commemorative plate of the Prospect Harbor Light, and I even managed to knit Una a scarf. Yep, I've been trying to get Sally to knit for a few years and she's never found the time, so...I decided what the heck. It was fun and I plan to do more.
Prospect Harbor is a quaint little Maine fishing village located on the Schoodic Peninsula. If you ever get a chance to travel Downeast Maine, take US 1. It's a wonderful and beautiful drive. When we return we always take this route. It's slower, but much more enjoyable. Plus, it gives us the added benefit of hitting Freeport and L.L. Beans.
It was a great trip and we are already looking forward to next year. Who knows, maybe we'll even try it in the Summer.