Sunday Driving Camden Maine

Sunday Driving: Two Churches in Augusta Maine.

Sunday Drive in Maine: Here is a Sunday-Drive Digital Video, or SDDV. There were some areas between Augusta Maine and the coast that had pasted the peak of fall colors. The branches were bare; the leaves weren't there.

SDDV-2 Driving on Route 17 from Augusta Maine to Camden Maine between the leaves and churches.

SDDV-3 Driving past Mirror Lake Maine.

Two Views from Mount Megunticook Hi. I live in Maine, New England, United States of America.

MPSV (Me Panting Simulated Video) I hiked as fast as I could to get to the top. Unfortunately I made that obvious with the panting in my video. (Hey, I had my camera bag!)

At Mount Megunticook I met this girl Erika who is leaving New England in a couple days for New Mexico. She's been traveling around the country and the world with some kind of physician assistant program.
Before Maine, she was in Rwanda. I though it was dangerous over there?!
Erika is staying near Camden with friends. We went to Cappy's Chowder House to get beer and chowder.

Hospice Bluegrass

Hospice Volunteers of Waterville Area presents: The 4th Annual Bluegrass Show:Saturday October 20th @ 7 p.m., The Williamson Arts & Technology Center, Fairfield, ME.
The Adrians - Blistered Fingers
The Katahdin Valley Boys - The Muellers

The Muellers They are a family. Mr. And Mrs. Mueller gave birth to an entire bluegrass band. Very strange; wicked awesome. They have the two youngest fiddlers I've ever seen; one is 9, their youngest son fiddler will celebrate his 6th birthday next Thursday. They sing too. But their youngest daughter seems to be the voice of the band for most of the songs. They were a great.

The Katahdin Valley Boys It was a toss up between The Katahdin Valley Boys and The Muellers. They both had cotton-ball heads fighting their feet from dancing them out of their seats.
It was a Hospice-like venue. Nice, but no beer, no standing, no dance floor. (Not that I'm a dancer, it's just nice to have the option.) Cheap homemade food from the concession, $10 admission.