Border-Hopping and Lighthouses

Posted: June 14, 2012 in Photography, RV, Travel
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My apologies for being off the grid for several days.  We sneaked back into Canada (New Brunswick, to be specific) to visit family.  We had a wonderful time but the blogging sort of fell by the wayside.  Here’s a shot of one of the furrier relatives we went to see:

Her name is Olive and I would have stolen her, but she wouldn’t fit in our trailer!  Probably just as well – I don’t think we could afford to feed her.  If you’ve ever seen a Newfoundland dog up closely, you’ll know that they’re not in the same league as those little punter purse puppies.

We’re back in Maine now, and guess what the weather is doing!  Yup…sigh…still raining.  Our puffin-watching tour got cancelled today so we’re gonna try again tomorrow.  In the meantime, we farted around hunting down lighthouses and trying to get semi-reasonable photogs of them without getting completely soaked.

The first one was shot while we were still in New Brunswick, but the rest are from today:

Pendlebury Lighthouse, St. Andrews-by-the-Sea, NB, Canada

Cuckold Lighthouse, Maine

Hendrick’s Head Lighthouse, Maine

A couple of other miscellaneous shots of Maine-in-the-Rain stuff:

If the gods are smiling, I should have some puffins photogs to show you tomorrow.  Cross yer fingers!  (Toes too…)

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Comments
  1. There’s a lot to be said for wetness…….and lighthouses.

  2. Love the pic of Olive the Newfie… I have a Flat-Coat – a derivative of Olive’s kind. Loving dog!

  3. PatriseArts says:

    so beautiful! love the Newfie!
    Maine in the rain is beautiful, it’s plain!

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