|I took this on Friday morning after breakfast.|
|On a railing at Harbour Towne Inn|
|I apologize that this is so blurry. You can't tell in this photo, but the pillowcases in back are pure white, dripping with pretty lace.|
|Loved this little bird lamp|
|Postcards on a tray. Again, blurry, but the lace on the tray is part of it and is three-dimensional.|
|The sink. Gorgeous, but again, blurry. so I will show a better pic below.|
|The floors in this room are done with a unique surface that looks like sand (and feels a bit like it, too). Perfect for these rooms, and I loved the colors in the area rugs.|
There were others eating out there, and I just didn't think to take a picture until afterward, so I did snap some of the trees and flowers.
After breakfast we headed home, but first we made a quick stop at a place that had been intriguing us from across the water: Head of the Harbor Gallery. Ever since our previous visit here in 2014 we had been noticing this building that has the words "Art Gallery" visible from the water. Sorry the pictures are so small. I cropped them out of some larger ones we had taken.
|The gallery is the brown building at the left with the American-flag buntings on the railing.|
This year my friend Lynne (who is also an artist) suggested a quick visit to this gallery on our way out of town. Were we glad we had stopped! We were able to meet the owner and artist, Roger Milinowski, and we became instant admirers of his work. Below is a screen shot of his site. I regret that I didn't get a picture of the front of the gallery (on the street, rather than the water, side).
We will definitely return to Head of the Harbor Gallery next time we are in Boothbay Harbor. Mr. Milinowski is a talented and prolific artist and my hubby and I would love to buy one of his prints. The hard part will be deciding which one!
We had a nice trip home and stopped at Bay Haven Lobster Pound in Cornish for a late lunch. Mr. T and I shared a fishermen's platter. In my limited experience, many restaurants do not allow sharing of a platter, but this one is very accommodating. One can choose two sides as well, and those servings were both plenty large for us to share.
|This picture does not do the serving size justice. The fries were on a separate platter and the coleslaw in a separate bowl.|
We got home around five in the afternoon, thoroughly refreshed. We had fresh air, lots of walking, fantastic food, a good night's rest and some serious pampering at breakfast, as well as some good downtime. Even though we were gone less than thirty-six hours, we felt relaxed and ready to tackle the next things on our schedules. We are so thankful that God gave us this good time away!