The Nagasawa family photos July 2010


After leaving our camp, we went to a farmer's market in Kennebunk.  It was charming.


We shared a blueberry crepe, with fresh Maine blueberries and a few raspberries.


We saw an outlet of Tom's of Maine, based in Kennebunk, ME, a company that makes a lot of natural products:  soap, toothpaste, deodorant.  Their stuff is made without artificial ingredients, and without any animal testing.  Their flouride toothpaste is the only natural alternative to earn the American Dental Association's seal of acceptance. 






Then we went to this Blueberry Fair, featuring more blueberries and lots of local artists selling paintings, clothes, and other artistic stuff.



Check out this pie!!!  Amazing!!!



We bought our lunch here, in Cape Porpoise.


Maine's famous Stonewall Kitchen produces all these jams and spreads.  Wasabi mustard, mmmm....


This beach was in an area called Goose Rocks.  It started off a little misty, but the clouds burned off or moved on.



Jacob was interested in what was in the pail.  What's in the pail, John?


Hermit crabs, found by John in a nearby tidepool.


Little Jacob was crawling away!




We were glad that John and Zoe got a chance to play so much with Jose and Cesar....



Back at our camp, we started to prepare for dinner.  Master cooks Jose and Dan got us started with great ingredients.


John the apprentice chef was getting the thyme ready.


Zoe in front of our tent and bench.


We made lamb in rosemary, thyme, garlic, white wine, and salt and pepper.  We also cooked tomatoes and portabella mushrooms.  And we had a cut of beef which we flavored with garlic and oregano.  Delicious!  The lamb and beef we got from the farmer's market that morning.


Here's the lamb, tomatoes, and beef cooking on the grill.



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