Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Misty in Mystic

Road trip, day two!
After our first and quite amazing day in Branford Connecticut,
we had a great morning in Mystic.
 
Here's the hubs and I, at the shops at Mystic.
 
This was lunch...
Lobster Bisque, Shrimp & Corn Chowder and
Shrimp in the Rough
They had pink lemonade that was oh so sweet!
 
And a warm Lobster Roll, Coleslaw and Corn on the Cob,
um, that sounds a bit like dinner!!
 
Here's the view...it was a little cool and misty in Mystic,
the high was 73 degrees...that was perfect for me!
 
Now if your wondering where this little hot spot is,
 
it's in Noank, Connecticut.
 
If you want to go there, you'll have to ask the locals.
You will never find it on your own!!
 

30 comments:

  1. Ok, the shrimp and lobster wouldn't have lasted long. I love me some seafood! Great view with the boat anchored in the bay! That temperature is exactly how I like it, too.

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  2. Lindos pratos, apetitosos. belas fotos! beijos,chica

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  3. I love secret places like that. 73 degrees sounds wonderful.

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  4. HI Debbie...Looks and sounds heavenly!!
    You both look like you are having a fun time, and some lovely harbor background scenery for your photo shot's!! ; )
    Oh and of course fabulous food, oh my goodness dig in!!
    Hope you aren't having the misery ongoing rain we are...mold is being to grow in my armpits!!
    Hee-hee ; )!!

    Grace

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  5. What a cool thing to have a sign like that at a great photo spot! Looks like another fun day - though I would need something other than seafood...

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  6. Oh the lunch looks amazing. Don't you just love finding the places the locals enjoy? I would be pretty happy with the temp as well.

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  7. Mystic is really such a beautiful place.
    Enjoy every moment, Debbie!

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  8. As I sit here eating left over rice and a broccoli spear, you tease us with those wonderful seafood photos.
    Glad to see such happiness!

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  9. Oh what fun! I can't have see food, but I'd love some sweet lemonade and the view looks perfect.

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  10. Debbie, the food looks so yummy! Great shots of you and your hubby! The scenery is pretty too! A great roadtrip!

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  11. I am smiling again. You guys always look so happy in your pictures.

    The food sounds so good@

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  12. I think sometimes the out of the way places are the best....The food looks wonderful and obviously the temperature refreshing...Looks like you and the hubs are having a great day....

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  13. don't you love the locals? - that is what the hubby & I do all the time - ask around & you always find the greatest places to check out.

    you always look so comfortable. love your style.

    have a great 4th!! ( :

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  14. Sure looks like you are having a good time!!! The joy of having your own car, and being able to pack all of what you think you might need!!!! And beaches!!!! I envy you!!
    I love the images of Mrs. C, too!!!

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  15. Oh I would so have ate every bit of that yummy.I am so happy you had a great time. Hug B

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  16. You look very happy on this bench.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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  17. Wow! That's making the turkey burgers I have planned for dinner tonight look mighty lame.

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  18. Debbie, I always enjoy reading your adventure posts. My mouth was watering while scrolling through these wonderful photographs. Yummy! Looks like you had a great time.

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  19. You and the hubs can find the neatest little places to visit. Thanks for sharing.

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  20. Thanks for sharing these great photos of your family visit and road trip, Debbie. Looks like you had great weather too...nice.

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  21. I love going to places where the locals go, too. I think you can get a better feel for a place doing that. Love the photos of you and hubs smiling! And that food--yummy looking! It's after midnight, and suddenly, I'm hungry again. :-)

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  22. The food looked so yummy. I loved the pictures of course. I always enjoy the ones of the two of you. 73 degrees would be so nice. We are at the 104; hot hot weather.
    Have a wonderful 4th of July celebration.
    Blessings!

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  23. Hi 73 degrees sounds tropical to me. Send some over please.!!! Looks like a lovely place to go, see and eat. Margaret

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  24. Looks like a great place to be! Of course, you and Chuck make everyplace look like fun!

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  25. Looks like a great road trip Debbie.
    Loved the photos. I've always wanted to try one of those lobster rolls ;)
    Denise
    An English Girl Rambles

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  26. Debbie your photos look wonderful and I would love to be there about now.
    Happy 4th and best wishes for a fun filled day.
    Hugs

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