Thursday, February 26, 2009

Addendum to day 9

It's too early to post any day 10 activities since there haven't been any yet (unless you want details of how Radar and I have peed today), so this is just a promised follow-up to last night's post. Here's the view from our room. The pictures aren't great since everything is white outside... ground, sky... all white. But this little piece of Maine really is quite spectacular. The Penobscot Narrows Bridge was built only recently to replace the Waldo-Hancock Bridge that was built back in 1930 or so (you can see the smaller bridge dwarfed by the big one). My grandmother attended both dedications! The second picture is Fort Knox which never saw battle, but has a rich history and has been very well maintained.

As for the ginormous bed... at least it gives me the reassurance that if Radar starts to roll over in these next few days, it will take him 2 hours to reach any end of the bed from the middle, giving me time to intercept!

Lots of love,
Titi and Radar


Lizzie said...

Good point on the rolling! Believe me they are quicker than you think! Love the morning shots.

Marco said...

Indeed the rolling can strike at any time. Some expecially gifted babies (Xavier was one) figure out how to catapolt themselves forwards, defing the laws of infant physics as I know them, and it is questionable whether even a swimming pool of a bed like that, could have saved him the tramatic face plant that ensued. Seat belts are good...