A WINTER’S DAY
Hi there! I hope this post finds you well and reasonably content. I know that “content” for a lot of us is a stretch but we are trying to put on a brave face in the midst of despairing times. Hopefully things will get better soon. Today was sunny but cold, about 20 degrees F not counting the wind chill. I was a bit restless so I decided to go out and about on the Island to take a few pictures to include in this post. Our snow accumulations have been minimal lately but I dare not say that out loud! I wondered if our local lighthouse on Pumpkin Island was dressed in white so I headed there first. It’s about a mile away, located at the end of Eggemoggin Road. It was not the snowy scene I had hoped for but I snapped a few photos anyway. I then turned around and headed across the causeway and down the Island to Pressey Village and to Sylvester’s Cove. About 6 miles away. The Deer Isle yacht club is there. I sometimes couldn’t see what I was photographing due to the sun’s position in regards to what I was trying to capture. It was so cold that my fingers were freezing after a few minutes. I did not linger! After that it was time to head home to do some cooking.