Here we are at the farm, just back from Concord. The condo has been sold and it's empty with the exception of a new blow-up bed. We'll go to Concord on Thursday and finish up for the closing on Friday morning. We enjoyed it for the time we were there but it's time to move on.
Our farm in Harpswell is for sale. A broker is bringing a looker tomorrow morning. We keep telling our broker that we're selling the land - the house is free. After all, the house was built in 1797 so don't expect it to be like a new house.
Lots of exciting developments since February. Chris and Gabby tied the knot in May in Las Vegas. Bobby and I broke the "no fly" curse and went to the wedding in Vegas. Quite an exciting place. We really had a lot of fun.
We took a trip to Nova Scotia in June for our niece Krista's wedding. Saw my brother Phil there and we had a chance to visit. It was a lovely wedding and we enjoyed seeing Halifax. We stayed with Phil on the way home in Moncton. He has moved again since then. I think we are trying to outdo each other in the moving department.
We had an awful hot spell in the summer and ended up putting three air conditioners in at the farm. I keep reminding folks of "global warming". It isn't going to get any better.
Had a wonderful boat trip in August with friends Donna and Alan. When you live this close to the water, it's a must do at least once.
Our broker convinced Bobby to keep a lot here at the farm. We picked the best one overlooking the ocean - what a view! We hope to have a little cottage there eventually.