We had our first official garden harvest of the year tonight: a single jalapeño. Of course that meant we had to make tacos!
Corn on the cob basted with olive oil, cayenne powder, chili powder, and garlic powder Brussel sprouts with maple syrup and raisins Jalapeños stuffed with cheddar & cream cheese, and topped with bacon
Quick stop on the way home for some coffee to keep me alert on the road. I particularly liked the pipe-chain-mason-jar lights in the bathroom against the rough-hewn wood in the bathroom so I took a photo to remember for later.
Nope, not that Fort Knox. This one is in Maine.
Tonight we had a timed ticket to visit Cadillac Mountain (the highest point in Acadia) at 5:00pm via car. The weather was looking rather foreboding, and the weather service was issuing severe thunderstorm earrings all afternoon. Despite the prospect of limited visibility we drove up anyway and were treated to
Interesting fish sculpture hanging on the wall at Geddy’s, where we are lunch today.
This morning we woke up at 3:45am to drive into Acadia for the sunrise. We were one of the first people in the United States today to see the sun! It was interesting to see how much the scene continuously changed with pre-dawn light, rolling fog, and the sun itself.