NNY Wind Farm…

Check out the article in Boston Globe…

These “windmills” make our last leg of the trip North magical. The kids count on it and the adults love it just as much as they do. This quote sums it up doesn’t it?

“They’re quite majestic to watch,” Burke said. “They’re more mesmerizing than they are anything else. When they’re all turning, you know that everything is OK with the world.” Retiring Dairy Farmer from NNY-retiring from the revenue of the Turbines on his land.

build the wall…

Our retaining wall is being built. Yippie! Through synchronicity of events it is happening now and we had a big day of rocks being pulled from the back of our house. Look at all the rocks! It will be beautiful!

The last day…

We had a nail salon on the back deck this morning. The girls were excited to do their own nails this morning…GORGEOUS



Jack…we were all tired today. So much fun!

What you didn’t see…good meals, laughs, a fabulous boat ride with Molly yelling HIT IT and bouncing up and down at the bow, Me waterskiing, Deb trying 8 times and successfully getting up on Slalom ski for the first time in 5 years and being so HAPPY, Ella swimming in the lake and laughing like a loon, Her first tube ride behind the aluminum boat-much like the one at the cottage, and all the laughs and friendship. The biggest thing missing was Steve. We sure did miss Daddy this weekend. That big bit of love was missing thoughout the whole weekend. Hope we get to go up again…sometime very soon!

Camden…

The Girls took a trip to Camden in the afternoon for lunch and a walk around. We had an AWESOME lunch at Cappy’s Chowder House. If you are ever in Camden…you MUST go!




Natalie and Ella

Deb and her Mommy Juice

Doing 2 little black birds…we had a moving experience at the restaurant. While I was doing 2 little black birds for the girls…this woman at the bar behind us started yelling-ney screeching-oh my god, where did you hear that? MY GRANDFATHER USED TO Do THAT FOR ME!!!!!-she was so overwhelmed. She had never heard it anywhere but from him before. She was so moved. We all were. We figured the grandpas were up there smiling at us.

The kids’ meals came in fun cars…they were a little excited…


MY chowd-ah-so YUM!