Friday, October 3, 2008
Today, Friday, October 3, began with a clear sky to the east, crisp and breezy; a beautiful Fall day for "The Maine Beaches" region which extends from Saco to Kittery. But, by the time we took a late breakfast at the world famous "Maine Diner" restaurant the sky's had turned ominous and the temperature was dropping sharply. In other words, perfect weather for Linda, the woman who prays for snow and will drive miles just to be in a rainstorm!
After our "Maine Diner" experience (a small, crowded, noisy place, but fast, efficient service and good food) we drove out to the coastline in the resort community of Kennebunkport.
This photo was taken on 'Old Cape Road' that winds it's way through isolated, thick woodland between the US highway and the bustling shore. You can't believe the sea could be anywhere close, and then, wow!, there it is!