It was a warm December day in New England – not many sentences are going to start like that. It was 50 degrees, the sun was shinning full force, there wasn’t a cloud in the sky, and we decided to make the most of the opportunity. We drove to the Maine coast to walk along the shore. More specifically, we drove to Cliff Walk in York, Maine, to walk along the cliffs that border the beach.
On one side, you have super expensive, fancy houses. On the other side, there’s
a drop to the rocks below. Everywhere you’re surrounded by beauty. Fresh, clean air, peace and quiet, and an amazing view – this is an experience not to be missed.
The walk is not very challenging, but there is a fair amount of up and down, and soon enough, we were able to shed our sweaters and enjoy the beautiful Maine December day in our t-shirts!!! I still can’t believe it. The only things I can suggest to make Cliff Walk better is that I wish it was much longer.
Beautifully framed pictures. To put descriptions that capture the essence of what the pictures represent to individuals sounds difficult. Have cooky poem to send you. Buried at the moment on my desk because I spent almost three weeks in Florida. By the way, it is shining I think not shinning. Always a pleasure to encounter you on the web. Erika (Ricky) Hanloser.
Hi Ricky! Send away, I love reading your work. Hope you had fun in FL. I’m really missing it right now. Wishing you all the best in 2016! Hope to read your poem soon!