If you ever visit Maine do not pay any attention to the weather forecasts. Today was another absolutely perfect day. It was 73 and sunny. The day started with no wind at all so Laurie hit the kayaks first thing.
After an hour on the pond we headed in for breakfast and then headed to Schoodic Point. I have photos of that at the end of the post.
I actually got some sewing time in the afternoon and got the corners stitched on about 40 block sets. Then we dropped my car off for today's repair appointment.
In the evening I got another round done on each side of my sweater. This is all I can do on this project until I get home. I need to compare it to my finished blue one to get the sizing right. I'll work on the baby blanket for the few days left in the trip.
My favorite place to sit and ponder in Acadia is Schoodic Point. It's north of the park near Winter Harbor, ME. It's a vast area of rock with incredible views. Following are a few more photos that I too yesterday.
Today it really is going to be cloudy all day. We plan to hike Beech Mountain again because Bill and Laurie have never hiked it and we want something less strenuous than Pemetic. Then they are going to kayak in Some Sound in the afternoon. I think I'm going to listen to my book and sew until my car is ready and then I'll do a little shopping in Southwest Harbor.
Tomorrow is going to be rain so we plan to head into Bar Harbor just like all the tourists do on a rainy day.
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I'm Vicki Welsh and I've been making things as long as I can remember. I used to be a garment maker but transitioned to quilts about 20 years ago. Currently I'm into fabric dyeing, quilting, Zentangle, fabric postcards, fused glass and mosaic. I document my adventures here.