Adjusting to life under the covid quarantine conditions. Here we queue up, at a safe social distance, to receive school materials. All area schools have closed and instruction is happening remotely.
The sun carves such a shallow arc through the northern winter sky that it is necessary to get out and savor it as much as possible. Here it rises over House Island in Casco Bay, as seen from Fort Allen Park.
I won’t use the phrase jump the shark, but it seems the Maine beer scene has gotten so saturated that we’re running out of names. This Mast Landing beer is a particularly clever attempt to stand out on a crowded shelf.
We took in the Folkland exhibit at the Portland Public library, featuring this excellent piece “STRAPPED”.
We headed up to Aroostook County for a little harvest-time visit. We played the iconic Aroostook Valley Country Club while we were there.
Lounging and tree climbing in Evergreen cemetery.
On Flatbread’s back deck, overlooking the Casco Bay Ferry Terminal.
I paused during the installation of a new car stereo to reflect on what exactly I had gotten myself into.
Enjoying a beer at the Austin Street Brewery in East Bayside…otherwise known as Yeast Bayside for all the breweries and distilleries that call it home. The lavendar was alive with bees.