They seem to love them.
My husband cooked on the grill tonight and I hung out in the kiddie pool for an hour after work. I will tell you that the scent coming from that grill was getting me all worked up. My husband served roasted chicken, and potatoes and vegetables in a zesty sauce. My contribution was a caprese salad. Someday I’m going to do a balsamic reduction to pour over it.
But not today.
It was divine. In fact, the entire meal was delicious.
I just felt compelled to tell you that.
It’s probably due to the fact that for the past several nights we’ve had tomato sandwiches for dinner. Don’t get me wrong – I love tomato sandwiches and consider them one of the best things about summer.
But dinner on the grill . . . swoon.
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I took this while walking along the carriage road at Eagle Lake. If you’ve never heard about the carriage roads of Acadia National Park, feel free to check them out here:
A Brief History of the Carriage Roads in Acadia National Park
They’re absolutely unique. Some day I’m going to take a carriage ride from the stable there. I say it every year but never have anyone to go with. Maybe next year.
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And on that note, I bid you farewell. Until next time then, my friends . . .