While we were in Maine, we drove out to visit the Olson House, where Andrew Wyeth painted his very famous painting "Christina's World". I had visited this place last year when our photo workshop was allowed free access to all parts of it outside of the normal public visiting hours, and found it an endless source of inspiration. So, I was eager to share it with my husband. Well, we got there just at the hour of opening to find a large sign on the front door letting us know that because of the heat, the house was closed until further notice!
So, I wandered around outside, and found these shells lined up on a window ledge.
BTW, they even closed school for two days due to the heat! But, it was not even 100. I remember my beginning teaching days in southern Calif, before AC, when I had 39 4th graders and we soldiered on for days on end with temps above 100. Hey, those New Englanders may be able to do cold, but heat - they are just not ready!
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