Besides being Father's Day, Sunday was also our 40th anniversary.
To celebrate we went for a motorcycle ride with our friends Don and Mich.
First we stopped at the Standard Baking Company in Portland and I had a cranberry walnut scone and took some pictures of the pretty flowers.
Then we headed to L. L. Bean in Freeport to return an outdoor thermometer that always read 65 degrees.
Here's Mich next to the humongous boot outside the main entrance.
After that we went to Orr's Island which is north of Portland and ate lunch on the patio at Cook's Lobster House. I had a haddock sandwich that was huge and delicious.
Just as we were leaving some kayakers rowed by.
I had such a good time sitting on the back of the bike as Gary was driving taking pictures of the beautiful scenery. The lupines were blooming everywhere.
When we got home, my sister, Sally, invited us over for hamburgers and hot dogs on the Weber. We drove over in the newly painted 1979 Ranchero.
When we got back to our campground, we visited with our neighbors, Donna and Ralph and Donna took this picture of Gary and me sitting in her swing. It was the first time all day that I noticd we were dressed like twins!
All in all it was a perfect day (except for that fashion faux pas)!