As much fun as it is to get away for a while, and in spite of returning to this awful heat….it’s always good to get home, and routine. I basically don’t like the road, and living out of a suitcase. I can only do that for short periods of time. Some folks stay on the road, and travel from one thing/event to the next….just not my favorite thing! The dislike for this type of living probably started when I was a teenager working in the summer on a couple of suitcase jobs (away jobs) in the oil fields of Louisiana….yes, that’ll do it!
These shots below were taken by Marilyn of me painting a few of the locations around Port Clyde! Until my next post, thanks for listening to my ramblings!
Hodges Soileau OPA
Painting on Co Op Rd in Port Clyde
My 12x16 Field Study
Painting the Marshall Pt. Lighthouse
Painting a foggy morning painting
Anchor at the Lighthouse
One of several Lobster dinners we enjoyed
Painting a tug in for repairs in Rockland
Tide going out in Tennants Harbor