When the kids were young and we were heading home from somewhere, hubby or I would recite the nursery rhyme : “home again, home again, jiggety jig.
Our son shortened this to “home a jig” and it stuck.
So, yes, from our archaeological jaunt to our Boothbay Harbour adventure, we are home a jig at last.
Boothbay Harbour town limits was unexpectedly, immensely crowded and Shore Hills rv park had mixed up our site— and was unapologetic and rude about it—and we ended up aways from the water and woods.
But these disappointments were short lived as we sought out the area trails for hiking.
We’d wandered a couple BRTL (Boothbay Region Land Trust) paths before but we decided to check off as many as we could in six days and it proved to be awesome!
The walks went from wild coasts to woodlands
Above is the cove on a trail that our NB friends joined us on. Midway we donned swimsuits and had a chilly but gorgeous swim here.
And another day we got a long kayaking in and even a canoeing. The latter adventure put us with lobster buoys and curious seals.
A fav pizza joint and some thrift store finds topped off my trip:
Card table sized linen with partial cross stitched area
Two long curtains: one pure linen, the other gingham checked, $2 each.
A tall basket and a whack of pewter set me back just $20!