We’ve started a new tradition with our oldest daughter. Every year we yank her from school for one day and do our best to recreate Ferris Bueller’s Day Off in Portland.
Typical summer days. We spend a lot of time at Fort Preble in the summer, post bagels, walking the breakwater to the lighthouse and back, and playing on the earthworks and dilapidated ramparts.
A little bit of nonsense now and then, relished by the wisest men…spotted in the Rosemont neighborhood on Brighton Avenue.
Amy has been doing a lot of pottery. I stole one of her product shots. Head on over to Amy Heric Pottery to get yourself some.
Fountains don’t keep themselves, they require….fountain gnomes!
Evergreen cemetery, near our house. Seems we’ve spent half of our life there…and perhaps all of it after.
Awaiting bagels in the backyard of 158 Picket Street Cafe in South Portland Maine. A thing we’ve been doing since before the babes were born. Surely there are pictures in the archives here to prove it.
The latest in the quest to get all major broadcast channels over the air in HD…
A typical red-blooded american male birthday ritual…