Wednesday, August 28, 2013

The Wednesday Post

The Desert of Maine
They don't speak Eng. there.

The DESERT OF MAINE is the greatest natural phenomenon of its kind known.  The Desert covers approximately 500 acres and is still growing, with possibilities of extending into several thousand more in the next 25 to 30 years.  It is a spot no tourist should fail to visit.

We ran away.  And far!

ALL of us  Bob, Lysida, and Mother H.

Famous Bald Head Cliff which rises 90 feet above sea level near Ogunquit, Maine.

July 25
Just to say thank you again for your help in starting us on a very successful trip!  I reached the hotel at 5:15 P.M.!  I was ashamed to ask you to check my light but I couldn't struggle with getting the door open.  J. Packard

Visitors watching the heavy surf along the famous Marginal Way.  Ogunquit, Maine.

Thurs, Aug 9

Drove up to Maine on Tuesday for a one week stay at Wells Beach.  Today came south and had lunch at Fisherman's Wharf at Boothbay.  Enjoying the trip very much with two friends.  Hope you & your family are getting along.  Sorry to hear from Phyllis of the accident & illness.  Love, Dorothy Wetzel


Weds., 7/9/75
Hi Gang   We're down at Bar Harbor Maine.  Beautiful country.  Trip's been great.  Came down thru Canada.  Got lost in Quebec Canada.  They don't speak Eng. there.  Jack See you in the Fall.  P.S. Send money!  Kalee and Joann


9-24-62   Plans have changed & I will be dropped off at Union Station some time after 1:30 CST.  I hope our tour manager cooperates, as we all want to make our train, even if time of arrival is uncertain.  Don't put yourself out but would love to see you.  Hazel


Kenneth Noisewater said...

Maine is beautiful. I will get back there when I go to Boston in the Spring. I went to Maine as a kid, and it was super boring because I was a kid. My family is funny though, so we made jokes about how boring it was for us kids, and that made it fun, somehow.

Libby said...

OH those Canadians and their snubbing of the Eng.

Michael5000 said...

I know, right?