Spring here in Maine really doesn’t start until late May. April is usually full of showers, dark damp and depressing. So when the end of May is upon us with sunshine and warm days, you feel as though you need to be outside. Maybe it is the nine months of winter that does it to you, you feel as though your bones can’t drink in enough of the warmth of the sun. And so begins my adventures.My youngest son Nick gets to the point mid May of being down in the dumps. He loves to be outside as much as possible. But the past four days of Memorial weekend of rain was unbearable. So when Tuesday came around, the weather was bright and sunny. Nick was a little more than depressed by this fact since he had to go to school, which means he would be bottled up inside a good portion of the day. I watched him get on the bus and his sad little face haunted me for most of the morning. This was no good, I just felt bad about the whole situation. I had promised Nick a while back that we would go on an adventure… Read full this story
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