First of all let me say I am totally blown away by the response to the previous post! After being gone for so long I never expected so many of you to comment. Thank you very much!
Several of you guessed correctly as to where the landmark Lobster Tank is located. I loved what Rachel from Boston had to say when she commented:
Maine, Maine, wonderful Maine...How do you know you are on the way home? First you see the big green bridge in the distance, then you cross the Piscataqua & give a cheer at the border, and you say hello to Kittery Maine!
Then you go the long way through Portland just to wave to the home of B&M baked beans (and more importantly, B&M brown bread, with raisins, thank you)...and that's the point at which you call Grandma and tell her you'll be home for dinner in an hour!
Surely Grandma loves it when her girl comes for dinner! Rachel, I hope one day I can get up to the B&M factory. I've always loved their brown bread in a can, though I'm not a big fan of the raisins ; )
Yes indeedee the 'Lobster tank' is located in Kittery, Maine, just after you go over the I-95 Piscataqua bridge (or as we tend to call it 'the Big Bridge'). And no, the tanks aren't filled with lobster. It's a propane business. That would be some holding tank for lobster!!!!
I don't think I have many pictures of Kittery, Maine but here is one I took today from Prescott Park in Portsmouth, where my husband and I enjoyed lunch on this 85 degree day in March. I have a few other pictures I took recently posted on my other blog, The Sweetest Days. If you'd like to view them you may do so here.
Pretty cool shot of my husband and I on the dock looking down into the water. The sun was so bright it cast an awesome shadow.
Yup, that's me.
Again, thank you all for your comments. I can't tell you how much I truly enjoyed reading them!
* Btw, The Way Life Should Be is Maine's slogan