Sunday, I fixed a pot of coffee and Sue and I sat out on the deck for awhile before heading out to South Berwick, ME for a tour of the Hamilton House. We had missed the tour the last time we had been, and there weren't going to be many more weekends I would be able to see it.
On the way over, we stopped at a farm stand for corn and other things for the evening's dinner. The tour was about an hour and was really good as the house has a lot of interesting history.
From there, we stopped at a small community park by the Salmon Falls Bridge on our way back to Dover. We just sat in one of the benches and listened to the water cascading over the dam; you could even smell the earthy scent to the water as the spray blew across to us through the light breeze.
When we got over to the Hannaford's on Rt. 108 to do the food shopping, we stopped in the parking lot and looked out over the trees toward the east. The Blue Angels performing for the crowds that had gathered over at Pease International Tradeport - a former Air Force SAC base that is now commercialized.
It must have been in the 90's where we were, and we couldn't imagine how hot it must have been over on that airport tarmac. We were very happy to be there in the Hannaford's parking lot!
For dinner, I fixed a Peruvian Pork In Spicy Corn Sauce from a recipe book Sue's son Lucas had given to her. I was just dying to try some of these, and this came out soooooo good, it's almost more than I could handle. It was that good; no kiddin'. I vowed that I'd try other recipes from that book for sure!