Posted by: Sally Ingraham | December 23, 2009

Christmas Travels

Sand and Snow
On our way to deliver presents to folks in Calais, ME, on Monday, (doing our part for The Maine Sea Coast Mission‘s Christmas program!) my friend and I stopped at Roque Bluffs State Park to check out the chilly sea of Englishman Bay. It was gray and we got buffeted by a freezing wind, but I was glad to grab this interesting shot, among others, before we raced back to the car.

I’m presently in Kennebunk, ME, – home for the holidays – and now that most of my family has gone to bed or otherwise hidden themselves away, I’m going to sneak a little reading in. I still have some hefty chunks of book to finished before the end of the year, and my sisters are already tempting me with other juicy offerings that they have around the house… (I didn’t know that We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson was so SHORT! Surely I can squeeze it in?)

Happy holiday reading. 🙂


  1. Happy holidays, Sarah! Enjoy cozying up in the warmth. 🙂

  2. Thanks for braving the cold to take the picture – it’s beautiful! Have a great holiday!

  3. […] And here we are: My wife (right most) and two of my 5 daughters. You can see the one on the left (Sarah) takes after her dad, photographically at least. She has a blog…mostly about books…but she posts some images and some travel adventures, at What We Have Here is a Failure to Communicate. […]

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