Sunday came early as always; however, I missed its entrance, as my little eyes were closed in sleep, and remained so, until somewhere in the neighborhood of the eleventh hour. So let’s just say, I “arose” at approximately 11’ish, and straight away, stumbled to the window to gaze into yet another cloudy day in Maine.
Since I had slept much of the day away, I wasted no more time in getting out and about. First on the agenda was a visit to the Rachel Carson National Refuge, second was Nubble Light House and lastly a leisurely stroll through the picturesque town of Ogunquit Maine.
I thought it would be fun to share my day with you through the eye of the camera. Hope you enjoy them!
Rachel Carson, fellow introvert, writer, and nature lover, spent most of her life writing about ecosystems of the eastern seacoast from Maine to Florida. She was one of the first to warn of the dangers that chemical pesticides would have on all natural systems. The refuge covers over 5,300 acres of protected natural habitats including barrier beach, dune, tidal estuary, salt marsh, and rocky coastline. https://www.fws.gov/refuge/rachel_carson/