Wayne and I took a ferry out to Diamond Cove to have lunch earlier. The views and food were spectacular! Continue reading “Ferry Ride & Lunch on Diamond Cove”
I just returned from the Portland Food Festival at Thompson’s Point in Portland. I had never had a “Lobby Pop” before tonight. In fact I had never head of one. It was so good! And gone in minutes. You’ve got to see this!
I’ve been busy rummaging through my old ephemera to get it ready for sale, and I thought it would be fun to share some of these Greater Portland, Maine tax, population and entertainment facts from a 1954 pamphlet and a 1959 booklet. Continue reading “Fun “Fingertip Facts” from a 1950s Greater Portland, Maine Booklet”
Good Monday morning! Yesterday afternoon I was Confirmed by the Bishop Lane into the Episcopal Church! (The beautiful antique Victorian stained glass above, which is one of many stunning windows, was created by Ward & Hughes, London, England.) Continue reading “My Confirmation at St. Luke’s Cathedral in Portland”
I received two complimentary tickets to the Gulf of Maine Seafood Celebration at the Gulf Of Maine Research Institute in Portland, so I took Wayne out on a date! Continue reading “Gulf of Maine Seafood Celebration in the Old Port”
I’m about to head to bed after a “big night” out on the town, ha! Long gone are the days when my nights in the Old Port were just getting started at around 10:00 p.m.! Before Wayne got into the marine industry he co-owned a popular Portland restaurant and bar in the 1980s, so he has had his fill of late nights, too. Continue reading “Screaming in the Old Port”
(Originally published 10/13/2016 on my old blog, Outdated By Design.) The stage at State Theatre, a beautiful historic venue. (Those aren’t real candles. I have the same ones in my home office. Fire-safe fakery is actually awesome.)