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July 23, 2009


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Barb Cabot

Jerry, what a well written, fully descriptive post. You truly amaze me at the way you can grasp a situation, any situation and make it a celebration, be it a simple night at home, a rainy day or someone specials birthday. I love your style and your flair. It's inspiring. What a wonderful memorable birthday you made for Paul. Then again I'm sure you make every day memorable.

sandi @ the whistlestop cafe

It wasn't so much the lobster as the butta!
He was a beauty!


MMMM Lobsta!


It looks like an amazing location. Congrats on whipping together a BD cake. Love the lobster & the "Lobster Ale". But I don't think that little container would be enough butter for me. :)

Deb R

I'm glad you liked Maine Jerry. The Whole Foods in Portland rocks...I drive three hours just to stock up at it. My niece is the pastry baker at the Atlantic Baking Company in Rockland!


Sounds like a wonderful vacation! Sometimes the activities that arise from bad weather turn out to be the best times, don't they? I believe it was very wet and cool in NS the past couple weeks too. Happily we had great weather for most of our two weeks in Nfld (rained cats and dogs one of our nights camping at Gros Morne though!)


Thanks barb. I don't know about making each day memorable - that is a lot of work! LOL

He was tasty too Sandi!

Better than that golf coast shrimp Kendall.

I wondered if anyone would pick up on the lobster ale Marta - it was tasty as well.

I don't blame you deborah. I'd drive a long way to get there as well!

I'm happy that the sun shone for you Anne! I can't wait to hear more about your vacation.


Yum! The lobster looks sooooo good! Enjoyed reading about your time in Maine. Happy belated birthday to Paul.


The lobster was good girasoli.

Hopefully I'll finish posting about Maine before we head to Greece! LOL

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