Turkey Tracks: July 28, 2019
Summer Family Visits
I see I have not posted here since late June.
I’ve been busy! Summer brings lots of outdoor chores and lovely family visits.
Bryan, Corinne, and their three girlies were here for a glorious two-plus weeks. I had such a good time with them.
The first stop is always the LLBean Boot. This year is was getting painted, so no opportunity to get a picture of the girls up on the toe, flanked by parents.
This trip, the youngest was 4, and so the family could hike to all the high places all around us. They went on a big hike about every other day—many of them 4+ miles up and down.
This little girl below will remember these days all her life.
As will these…
They traveled to see many of our local lighthouses—this one (Marshall Point down in Port Clyde) in pea soup fog. They love to hear the lighthouse fog horns.
They bravely swam in the Duck Trap River estuary and at the Laite Beach off Camden harbor.
We made “Lazy Day” summer skirts—each helped and chose their ribbons for the bottom hem—a free pattern on the Oliver+S web site).
July 4th at the harbor.
Here’s my very favorite picture of this trip. Well, maybe, as there are lots of favorite pictures. But I do love this one as it kind of shows what kind of young women they will become.
My boyfriend, AC Slater, ADORED them. So I will do a separate post on their pictures with him.
4 thoughts on “Turkey Tracks: Summer Family Visits”
I love this post! All happy pictures, memories for the girls (and parents)! How lucky you are to have them visit. Bet they love their skirts!
Louisa- Your girls are all just gorgeous!!! I know a good time was had by all. Rosie-
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