Yes, I know Sunday has come and gone. I intended to write Sunday, but the thought of powering up the computer was just too much. Then I got busy last night.
Friday water delivery just didn’t happen. But bright and early Saturday morning, this came up my driveway,
and emptied itself completely into my pool,
and from then on, I was happy. I didn’t get all the chemicals sorted out and in until last night, but I swam in it anyway.
And was cool. In fact, I needed a blanket Saturday night. 🙂 A thinks I am nuts. I think she is nuts to not get into it.
Saturday we went with L up to Moosehead Lake as planned, and rode on the steamship Katahdin for three hours – which meant we covered roughly the lower third of the lake. It is amazing how big it is! The trip was fun, we sat in the shade and were quite comfortable watching the mountains glide by. The clouds were (apparently) amazing, I filled the camera with shots like this:
The seats, on the other hand, were NOT comfortable – folding chairs for three hours is tough. I can’t imagine how sore we would be if we took the 8 hour full lake cruise!
The lunch was delicious – the galley is run by a woman who clearly loves to cook – she was telling me how she loves her job, they let her choose the menu and the specials, so she has fun with it. Her husband is the Captain, and he is retiring this year, but she decided she is just not ready yet. That is a sign of a good fit, employment-wise. Lucky woman!
This sign made us laugh – would people really wear high heels on a boat?
There might have been some knitting…
On the way back, we tried to go into the Davis Furniture store, which we see ads for all the time. Sadly, they close at 3 on Saturday, so we peeked in the windows. It looks like they have some nice lodge style furniture. I liked the lines of some of it, but it was so predominantly BROWN, and that was just too much for me. Unless it is chocolate, I am not a fan of brown. 🙂 But we liked enough of what we saw to decide to make a trip up there in the fall, when it isn’t so stinking hot. 🙂
We were more successful in Corinth when we stopped for ice cream – at a place (might be named the Corinth Creamery) that had good ice cream and a “make your own Sundae” bar with over 40 toppings. That was supper…
Sunday I did chores early – dump and grocery store, and then spent lots of time knitting in the house with all curtains drawn, or out in the pool. It was a day to not do much. A even cancelled her standing golf date with my step-dad. Of course, she watched the PGA championship on TV, so we still had our golf fix.
I love my pool! I love my pool! I love my pool! It saved my sanity this weekend. It was too hot to think of a beach, or even our favorite lake. I set the pool up so it only gets sun in the middle of the day, morning and afternoon it has some shade, so I can use it a good part of the day without disobeying the doctor’s orders to avoid the sun.
Life is good. 🙂
Here’s a photo of beautiful Mt Kineo in the haze to get you through the rest of the week.