Thursday, December 27, 2012


I finally downloaded some of my photos from our trip to Maine earlier this month. As I mentioned before, we went to meet my newest nephew, Kjelten (pronounced Kelton), and hang out with my sister Krista and brother-in-law Luke.  Portland, where they live, is where the majority of the people in Maine reside around - yet it still feels like a small little seaside village. The skinny brick streets made me feel a little bit like we were in Europe. As you can imagine, the food (not just the seafood!) is to die for and the shopping is pretty great too.

It was my fourth trip to Maine and each time I go I fall a little more in love with it. I could definitely see myself living there someday and look forward to our next trip back there. Miss that little man already!

We spent a day checking out the Old Port, Portland. So many great little shops, restaurants and little brick streets that make you feel like you're in Europe.
 Old Port
 Hanging in my sister's mud room. So cool.
 We had so much amazing seafood. This picture was from lobster night. Fresh off the boat!
 My new nephew Kjelten was pretty amused by uncle Kim.
 Moose, the first dog I ever did love.
 Sadly, we didn't catch any lobster.
Coastal Maine Popcorn shop = an entire shop dedicated to flavored popcorn.
 A perfect fall day at the beach.
 Awkward couple photo :)
 Vinegar and olive oil tasting stations.
 The cutest little smiles.
 A day in Camden, Maine. Cappy's Chowder House.
 Quaint little streets.
 Downtown Portland.
Miss you already, Maine!


  1. For someone never been in Maine, I enjoyed the pics very much. It looks like a must see stop in the future.

  2. So beautiful. I love everything about Maine, it's my favorite place in the States.

  3. I have never been to Maine but it has been on my list of places to visit forever. Your photos make me want to pack my bags and leave right now...


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