Our destination is finally upon us! We started off the morning today with a delicious breakfast at the Silver Bay YMCA. Then we hopped in the oh so lovely Prius and cruised towards Maine. We went into Vermont and then like 40 miles or so we were into New Hampshire. Once we entered New Hampshire it was only a matter of hours before we drove into the wonderful state. We finally arrived at the Bath YMCA, and we met up with some people at The Y and got situated. Then, well we waited until supper time, Zach and I went into downtown and got some souvenirs for people back home and I also got some ice cream which was made in Maine. After that we traveled back to the YMCA where, after finishing off some homemade fudge, we were taken out to get some lobster. The dinner was awesome and the view was great. After dinner we went to a state park and waded into the ocean and took some pictures. we walked up some rocks overlooking the ocean and we saw two huge bald eagles flying around. it was a great site to see. As a side note, the seagulls here are literally three times as big ad the ones in Duluth. Deadly deadly. Tomorrow I think we are going to track down some more popular restaurants with lobster and get our fill. Also tomorrow we are going to spend a large part of the day hanging out with the camp kids here and showing them how much fun being active can be. Remember that if you give 1 dollar to the YMCA strong kids campaign, that dollar will go to a family that is having difficulty affording to put their kids into YMCA programming. I’m of course not asking you to empty your banking accounts, but even I, a broke college kid, donated. So, see if you can spare some pocket change! There is a donate button on our blog, it’s green, or you can always go to your local ymca’s webpage to give. Enough chitter chatter about all that, here’s some pictures:
I know it’s a lot of pictures, but I thought that picking and choosing what photos I should share just isn’t necessary. I hope you enjoy!