Friday, August 24, 2007

LIVE FROM MAINE

Dear All My Kittens:

I blog to you live from a quaint Bar Harbor internet cafe. After getting lost on the airport grounds for a good half hour yesterday, Rich and I found and stayed on the lovely and picturesque Route 1, which took us through many small towns, including Rockland (hated it, mostly because we got lost in the town's underbelly as we attempted to walk to a lighthouse and were stalked, along the way, by a trucker who thought we were stalking him. Creepy) and Camden (we enjoyed our first meal in Maine here--a lobster roll. Yes, a lobster roll. I'm not ashamed to admit that it was DELICIOUS and I have NO REGRETS).

It was 7PM by the time we arrived in Bar Harbor. We ate soft serve blueberry ice cream cones in the downtown before returning to our hotel and calling it a night at 9PM. Breakfast today was pancakes at a local breakfast restaurant--Rich had blueberry, I had the banana walnut. Now, we find ourselves sitting in this lovely internet cafe, next to an open window from which the Maine breeze wafts in. I'm loving it.

'Til next time.

The Nerddd

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Chi Chi Chi. First going on vacations with boys now you are tell all of the people in world about your eating lobster rolls and icecreams even breakfasts with him. What will your future husband thinks. I would never allow any of my boys to marry a girl who does these things.

Whats is a lobster roll. is it like a hot dogs? You know we are not allowed to eat these things.

bigkahuna said...

Alright - I just want everyone to see how NOT JEALOUS I am... Really. I'm not...

My inner "Homer" is coming out...
mmm... Lobster roll.... mmmmmmmm
(*drool*)

Anonymous said...

Did you guys stay in the same hotel room?

Anonymous said...

haram. Staying in rooms with boys then having breakfasts and ice cream. Does your parents know what you are doing.

DC Girl said...

I want to see pictures! Post pictures! Sounds awesome!

zee said...

sabs, get back and coffee it with MP, the suspense is rippin'your readers apart!