We have left the beloved rocky shores of the coast for the deep green, incredibly silent forests in north central Maine. This area is resplendent with glacial lakes carved during the last ice age. Glacial erratics, huge boulders, are everywhere, trees doing their best to gain a foothold.
Peaks-Kenny State Park is a new stop for us this year. We arrived early enough to search the campground for just the perfect spot. Lots of sites & few campers ensured our quiet time in the woods. The forest cover was so thick, the sun had a difficult time finding its way to the forest floor.
We were lucky enough to attend the International Seaplane Fly-In! A fun festival centered around seaplanes landing & taking off on beautiful Moosehead Lake. Lots of folks, music, vendors, fried food, & seaplanes roaring across the sky kept us entertained. It was a perfect day for Maggie to enjoy herself. Everybody wants to hug Maggie & she is happy to oblige. We even found a spot outside at a very crowded restaurant to have lunch. All of us enjoyed a gorgeous sunny Saturday on the lake.
Our hearts are with our friends and family in NC. We pray all are safe.