Calm seas returned Friday.  Warm shining, temps in mid 70’s by Saturday.  We doubled the number of summer visitors in the last two days!

Nine intrepid sailors from Outward Bound came out on Tuesday but left in a hurry to beat the gale warnings in the marine forecast.

The gale force winds, whitecaps and huge waves were thrilling for Mary and Greg, safe at the top of Seguin. The sun shone most of the week allowing for painting and mowing outside, however no working boats nor pleasure boats most of the week.

Friday brought out 28 students from Brunswick Junior High.  Not very interested in a review of American maritime history they seemed to love the climb to the lighthouse and just being away from school.

Wednesday Warriors came out on Friday this week to continue summer projects.  Mary and Greg went into Bath for routine laundry and food shopping, greatly enjoying scheduling lunches with old friends and neighbors from their 35 years as residents of Arrowsic.  Arrowsic, with two river lighthouses and a set of Range Lights, is just up the Kennebec River, where their love of Seguin started.


Tito on surveillance duty

Mt Washington and the Presidential Range 90 miles away

 

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