Sailing in Maine

29 August 2014

A highlight of this summer’s trip to Maine was scooting a bit farther up the coast to spend a night with our friends the Terhunes. Both Graham’s family and my family go to Maine every summer, and this year, our annual trips overlapped! John and I packed a lot into our 24-hour-ish visit to Brooksville, including a freshly-harvested mussel lunch, a sailing adventure in East Penobscot Bay, a croquet and artisan pizza cocktail hour, a homemade spaghetti and meatballs dinner, and a morning walk. Graham and Sam posted some photos from their trip on their blog today, and I just had to share a few – they encompass everything I love about Maine, even though our “Maines” are a little bit different! It was so fun to experience someone else’s most special place, and we’re already looking forward to returning the favor next year!






Almost all photos by Graham – go see his post!

John and I also put together a short video from our adventures. He got a GoPro camera from his parents for his birthday, and the quality is amazing!! I’m kind of in love with our little two minute film:

Happy Labor Day weekend, friends!

5 Responses to “Sailing in Maine”

  1. This is AWESOME–it looks absolutely idyllic! I can see why you love it there so much! :)

  2. Oh my gosh, this is FANTASTIC you guys! I’m so impressed with all that you did in Maine (AND with the Go Pro, no doubt). I loved the footage of jumping off the dock and the familiar faces of your parents driving the boat! Really , this was so fun! Thanks for sharing :)

  3. Erin

    Your trip looks delightful!

    Can you please tell me where you shop?? I know that sounds so random, but I discovered your blog a while back (while planning my wedding!) and adore your style! Actually, you and all the SW ladies always have great, classic looks. Shopping tips welcome! :)

    Thank you!

  4. Ah! This is the most fun video! What an amazing week you had in Maine!

  5. This is so wonderful! I’m so glad you guys brought your camera and we loved our day in Maine with you two. Here’s to many more!!!