Maine in May

My family and I had an excellent adventure to Boothbay, Maine recently. Maine has a different vibe than Southern Illinois. The temperature was in the high fifties. There were lighthouses and unique looking homes that don’t look the houses around Carbondale. The lobster dishes were highly amazing. And the cottage the four of us stayed at reminded me of the home I grew up in in Elkville, Illinois.

I thoroughly enjoyed the small towns and their cool art galleries and shops. Truly, I believe I stopped in all of the one-of-a-kind book shops. I got some great deals on new reading material.

Local beer was another thing the four of us delighted in. In Bath, Maine we stopped in at the Bath Brewery and toasted our mugs together as the friendly server snapped our picture. The photo is worth well over a thousand words.

I am a traveler and I pack my travel journal on vacations. One day I’ll look back to Boothbay May 2019 and I will rejoice all over again for my family, for amazing book shops, for good craft brews, for lobster, for cool temperatures in summertime and for parents who have always known how to plan an epic vacation.

Cheers!

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