Every once in a while one needs to go some place away from home and the many projects that keep saying, "me, work on me next.". So we threw a change of clothing in the car and took off for the coast of Maine for a couple of days. It was also cooler over there and I was tired of sitting in an air conditioned house in the summertime.
You can see my orange Element just behind this great delivery van restoration. I love the colors and think my Element would look beautiful painted like this.... Chicken stuff and all.
Chainsaw roadside art -- funky and fun. But this flamingo was totally lost alongside of all the chainsawed bears. It belongs in Florida, not here.
I have a beading friend who is known for her beaded moose. I was thinking that a 3-D piece like this might look awesome in colored beads.
It's hard to see, but there is an eagle up there on that nest. Wonder how often it lost sleep when the lights went on for an event? We sat and watched the birds for a while and then turned around and watched the big cranes (mechanical, not birds) at Bath Iron Works. Big, big cranes and big pieces of ships being moved around.
It was so restful sitting in the empty park, looking out to the
Kennebec Estuary. The shipyard was upstream and the maritime museum was downstream. Nice soft seacoast breezes were blowing.
A change of scenery is always good.