Every year we head to Maine for, traditionally, two weeks. This year we’ve come up for the month of July. I could NOT be happier. I worked for the first two weeks (while we were doing our mandatory quarantine), and the kids have been taking online classes. Despite quarantine, work, and school, we have had some fun!
Naturally – the view from my temporary office is MUCH nicer than at home; though I absolutely miss my 27 inch curved MSI MAG27CQ! My eyes are old 🙁
I really love the tremendous tides in Maine. We’re staying just up from the point of a peninsula. The tidal change is particularly visible at the point, and the kids spent a good part of the first two weeks here!
There are other highs and lows. Established over 100 years ago in Freeport, Maine, not only is LL Bean historically significant, but is also a favorite visit! We’re staying just north of Freeport and we have visited “the Bean” every year since before Charlotte was born.
High – Getting to the Bean.
Low – The kid’s play area… CLOSED! I’ll have to put together a collage of the kids playing here through the years.
In some cases there are all ‘Highs’ – for example, Sam’s desserts!
And my true favorite – being outdoors with the kids!
The gallery below includes some of the other fun activities from the first week-and-a-half. Enjoy!