|The view from the Frazier's house, that little white thing is an old lighthouse called The Sparkplug|
We spent the past weekend in Bangor. We really love the city, but our visit was a little wet. It rained the entire time, and being in one tiny hotel room with two rambunctious boys is a little trying. God bless Embassy Suites, may we never stay anywhere else again. We did have a great visit to the Maine Discovery Center again. Did you know that Bangor has the oldest operating Symphony in the US? I'm telling you, I love that town.
|The homemade wagon train|
|Possibly my favorite night here. Tea, music, and a jigsaw puzzle with Griffin|
Quinn and Griffin have become especially creative at making up games and making new toys during our time here. As the pictures show, they've appropriated the boxes their Lincoln Logs came in and made them into a sort of wagon train by adding on another contraption from their play tents. They are having even more fun with a bag of my polyfiberfil. It turns out it is hilarious to stuff your shirts with the stuff and then bounce bellies with each other. They're sort of like mini anglo sumo wrestlers.
|Looking toward Campobello Island, Canada|
from inside the chocolate shop. It's windy.
My camera broke, so all of the pictures I'm taking are with cruddy cell phone cams. They will have to do for now.
Chocolate? Or bed? Hmmmmm.