It's Saturday morning, and we may go down to Lynn, Massachusetts, to see if we can find more Anthoine, Hawkes, Cushman, and Allerton ancestors. But then, we may just hang out in this area and be a late summer resident. The home we're in is one of the few on the coast (besides George Bush Senior) who have real plumbing. These were summer Victorian homes, not built to withstand living in during the cold New England winters, and some have there water supply provided with a hose across the lawn. This one was the only one razed (by a previous owner) in 1971 and rebuilt. The Disalvos have done a wonderful job on it, and we're loving staying here. I'm including some more photos from their front porch, and one of the Bush compound around the bend from us.
Here is a link to the photos we took yesterday: Friday, September 7th, Kennebunkport