Look what I found at the restaurant where we ate lunch in Skowhegan. It sits outside with the tables so you can grab a book while enjoying your meal.
The quiet Kennebec River stood still as we could see it for miles and miles.
Touring the inside of the Margaret Chase Smith home took place with each of us so interested in a woman who was elected to the United States House of Representatives in 1940 AND then won a seat in the Senate for four terms.
Her dining room table overlooked the backyard. The roses she treasured could be found all over as she wore one on her clothing each day. And my favorite were the unique brass letter openers she used daily.
An adventure in a second hand store led us to witness a creative way to display clothes where I found a pair of New Balance shoes for $20.
We dined one evening at Ken's Restaurant, which was OUT OF SIGHT!! The fried clam strips tasted so scrumptious as did everybody else's choice of dinner eatings. Of course, you know I love the decor and all the lights. So original and creative.
I must not end without sharing our lodging, for it was wonderful,
costing $118/night. The rooms, sheets, lit up bathroom and very comfortable bed were just a few things I can praise. The young manager helped us with all our questions which led to a day well planned.
I've never eaten at an inn where you can make your own waffles plus anything you could possibly want for your breakfast!
What a learning adventure the whole couple of days offered us. We so enjoyed every single minute of being together...
even when we were trying out that huge bed in the Bausch suite!
Look who is smiling away!