on my morning run along route 1 between whiting and lubec and while it’s a beautiful run, route 1 is busy this time of year and cars are always passing at 60-70mph which freaks me out on 2 lane roads especially when coming from behind. there must be some sort of headband rear view mirror running doohickey that can allow you to easily see if someone is passing a car coming up behind you? ( later: there is! )
no, i don’t run on the centerline, i liked the perspective and It took 5 minutes of standing around to get a chance to take this with no cars coming in either direction
camp is on an idyllic, quiet spring fed lake with trout and loons in whiting maine close to the coast. it’s been the family camp for something like 70 years. odin’s great grandfather built the rock wall around the cove in the 1960s that’s still standing today.
after 33 hours in the car, we finally arrive at camp in maine!
i’m reminded of the local euphemism, “you can’t get there from here.” You can, but it takes a awhile!
of course have to stop and take photo with at the kennebunk service station with the moose. I have many of these over the years. I can’t believe odin is up to his antlers.
just four more hours to go!
very necessary before 8 more hours on the road!
don’t let anyone fool you, thirteen hours is a long time in a car. passing time with audiobooks helps! Some.
well into book one of “the janitors”. seems like it’s going to be a great series.