Thanksgiving in Bristol and Bath

Thanksgiving at my mom's house in Bath, ME is much like any other - lots of eating, lots of Christmas movies, lots of naps. But for the past few years Dylan and I have been trying to make time to get out and do a little exploring of Maine. This year we took a long winter walk around the grounds and woods of Hyde, a beautiful brick boarding school, and the next day we drove down to South Bristol to Christmas Cove (see Dylan's film).

A low mist on the grounds of Hyde.

Hyde School

What a winter sunset in Bath

More winter sunset (there are about 50 pictures of this sunset, I really had to hold back from posting them all)

Dylan at Christmas Cove in South Bristol

Miss Ashley's on the Wharf in South Bristol makes the best $2.50 grilled cheese you ever had.

Looking in the window of a closed antique shop, the South Bristol swing bridge (one of only three in Maine) in the background.

Heh. Master Baiter. Heh heh.

The traditional turkey soup made from turkey leftovers, and a Thunder Hole Ale to wash it down.