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A harbor in Maine, empty lobster traps gathered . .
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Teagardener

@BACKin15
Donna, I’m reallllly stretching my memory, but I believe this is Boothbay, for the reason this is the town we took the whale watching boat ride (not Bar Harbor, like I had told you earlier). I could still be wrong, ask your son and see what he thinks. We traveled thru so many towns and saw some beautiful harbors!

I did a little searching online: the restaurant that was recommended to us was King Elder’s Pub, in New Castle, Maine :) Ask him about this place too, maybe he’s been there. Small world :)

BACKin15

This is a great shot, Tea. I'm not exactly sure, bit Stonington came to mind when I first glimpsed at it. My son could probably pinpoint the exact location since he loves to take Saturday drives to new places to take photos of coastal towns like this one. I'll have to post a few of his Maine lighthouse puzzles.

Teagardener

That’s alright @silverfox19134, I understand :) My plants are shades of brown, at least a few more weeks. There seems to be problems with almost every kind of mulch, pebbles, lava rocks . . Pine straw fades too quickly, pine mulch doesn’t repel insects and pebbles scatter easily. I use cedar mulch, less trouble with insects, smells nice and it already has a faded look :) I wanted to work around the flower beds today, but still muddy from the weekend storms. Later in the spring, I’ll post a few flower puzzles for you, in a higher number :) Have a good rest of the day!

silverfox19134

Tea, Just posted a few. This is really not the time to take photos. The gardener just trimmed most of the plants and then fertilized them. We have in the works to add another layer of red rocks all around the grounds , as year after year, they bleach out or they get mold looking from all the sprinklers or the downpours of rain. We are expecting that to happen in April. Linda

Teagardener

Hello Linda, How are you? Yeah, no word from the Shot People, but still hoping soon. We’re keeping in touch and also checking our county’s list twice a day. In the county where we’re scheduled to be called, there were only 30 names ahead of ours, that was a week and a half ago. Something must have happened to the allotment of doses, that’s my guess. The best I can do is to keep busy and be patient. Truth is that’s a bit harder each day that passes, but I’ll be ok :) Just wondering, do you have any new puzzles of your Florida plants from your flowerbeds ? I just finished lunch, I think I’ll take a break and do a few puzzles :))
Thanks for checking on me, that’s encouraging !!

silverfox19134

Hi Tea... Just a thought. Did you ever call the pharmacy direct to find out if they are still giving the shot there?/ Sometimes they move from store to store, or they might not have anymore vaccines at this time to give out. All things are possible. It's worth try. I hope I'm wrong. Linda

Teagardener

. . . And thank you Linda for checking on me :))

Teagardener

Good Morning @silverfox19134, yes, all is well here :) How are are things with you in Sunny Florida? It was a quiet weekend, except for the storms and now the flooding issues. Today, I’ll be patient and wait again for the vaccine phone call, I’ll need more puzzles to pass the time :) Take care and have a good Monday!

silverfox19134

Good Morning Tea... Hope all is well. Have a great day. Linda

JillianB

Hadn’t thought about the need for colour coding but of course would save arguments

Teagardener

Me too, it’s a lot going on in this harbor! I had never seen how lobsters are trapped, it’s an interesting process, traps and buoys are color coded (and striped) to identify owners. Cool !

JillianB

Do like the ‘layers’ of this scene. Thanks

Teagardener

Hello Kathie, this was my first trip along the New England coast. It’s uniquely different than anywhere in the South! I’ll look up Wells Beach . .

Teagardener

Puzzles bring back memories :) Thanks Larry, I’m happy you worked my puzzle!

LILarry

I remember days like that...During this Winter season I do wonder if they'll ever return. (So that I can complain about the heat and humidity).
Thanks for the puzzle Tea!

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