The lighthouse is the white speck at the end
Ready to go, me, Denie, Patricia, Adele, Paul, and Arleen.
Old rusty stuff
The short groves in the foreground are one half of the hole drilled to split the granite. Wedges were placed in these holes and hammered in sequence to split the granite.
Down Town Rockland
Cute little food stand.
But we decided on Cafe Miranda for lunch. (44.10281, -69.10986)
I had the Fairgrounds Sausage. It was terrific. If you are within a 100 miles, do you taste buds a favor and stop in.
There are no concrete curbs in New England. They are all granite. Today I saw how they are installed.
This museum was a great find, a real gem. (44.06638, -69.10115) All of the vehicles are in operational condition.
This is a 1904 steam powered pumping engine married to a 1918 American LaFrance tractor.
1946 Whizzer Motorbike
A personal favorite, the MG TC.
This is a replica of Karl Benz's first successful vehicle powered by an internal combustion gasoline engine.
Dunton Reading Gypsy wagon
1914 Rolls-Royce Limousine
1901 Bleriot XI