Sue grabbed her camera and we headed off to Portsmouth's Prescott Park to walk through the gardens and take some pictures. Well, she took the pictures; I'm not competing with that! Parking was impossible, so I ended up way out on Pierce Island beyond the swimming pool. There was a great cooling breeze coming off of the river as we walked along a trail boardering the shoreline.
The park itself was packed for an outdoor concert, and the gardens were teeming with activity.
We spent about an hour and a half wandering around with Sue spotting shots all over the place.
I was kinda gimping along with Janis holding me up as my lower back was giving me fits from that hike up the Pemaquid Lighthouse stairs. Not that I am complaining! It's time to start pushing and finding where my weaknesses are so that I can further my recovery from my January hip replacement.
I took Sue to an early dinner at Blue Latitudes in Dover, and then we drove out to the Hackmatack Playhouse in Berwick, Me to see their presentation of Carousel, Rodgers and Hammerstein's story of the Maine coast. When we came out, the air was really crisp and more like late September. The summer has matured.
Sunday, I just slept in and kicked back with no major project work and enjoyed the day. The highlight of the day was off shopping for stuff for the week and for tonight's dinner, which I did a great dis with pork chops and basmatti rice.