We had a super weekend with my parents. More details soon. In the meantime, here are some pictures of our hike up to the top of Bradbury Mountain. You realize, of course, that in the state of Maine, the term "mountain" is used a bit loosely. In that, a three year old can climb it by himself and not whine too much to be carried.
Wood on the path to the summit of Bradbury Mountain
Rocks on the way to the summit of Bradbury Mountain. Don't worry a quilt inspired by rocks is forthcoming. I painted the fabric for it at the last Art Quilts Maine meeting.
The summit of Bradbury Mountain. I guess I didn't take any pictures of the view, which was quite specatular. I'm sure my dad (pictured in the background below) did, but I don't think we swapped picture files before they left. Oh well. Next time.
We also had a super fantastic time walking along the beach at Harpswell. We were there at like 10:30 am and no one else was around. We walked up the beach for quite a way picking up shells, drift wood and sea glass. I've hunted for sea glass before on busyier beaches during more seasonal months with no luck. We hit the sea glass jack pot this weekend. Yes, a sea glass quilt will also be forthcoming.
We logged three letterboxes this weekend too. The first boxes after the long winter.