Archive for March 2009 | Monthly archive page

Wedding Arch Blog

Garden Weddings in Camden Maine. The brides lovely family decorated the arch for her ceremony, with the cottage garden as a backdrop

Bok Amphitheatre Ceremony Photo Blog

Ceremony of Bride at the Bok Amphitheatre, Garden Weddings in Camden Maine

Wedding Tent Table Setting

Wedding in Camden Maine, another tent table setting

Tent Wedding Maine Coastal Garden Wedding

Wedding in Camden Maine, tent pitched in the backyard of Camden Windward House for a wedding.

Garden Wedding Table Setting

Wedding in Camden Maine Garden Wedding underneath the tent, the pretty table settings.

Bridal Carriage

Wedding in Camden Maine, here the Bride is in the carriage to be driven down to the amphitheater to her ceremony.

Bride Alights from the Inn

Wedding in Camden Maine, the bride is going out of the front door at 6 High Street, the Camden Windward House B&B. She is going to get into a carriage and be driven to the Bok Amphitheater for her ceremony. What a beautiful day it was and she and the setting look like something out of a movie.

Last week was fun with champagne and Irish Music, I was so moved by the Irish music that I became reminiscent of the past and have been practicing Irish dancing. I was a Staten Ireland Dancer in Staten Island New York for about 8 years. I signed up to teach an after school enrichment program here in Camden Maine about Irish step dancing to 2nd and 3rd graders. My daughter says no one is going to be interested. I told my daughter that I didn’t care because even if no one came, I would be dancing in the school cafeteria by myself and that would be fun.

The Irish Dancing is not the only thing I am excited about this week,  this week I became privy to the Camden Deli new menu ideas. The Camden Deli is my favorite lunch place. Tom and Angela (Owners) have a wonderful spot right over the waterfall and the best view in Camden. They use Boars Head products for their sandwiches and do a great job! I was excited to find out that the Camden Deli summer 2009 new menu will include sandwiches named after local boats. Angela was so excited about the Schooner Olad Sandwich. The Schooner Olad Sandwich will be: Sour Dough Bread, Mustard, and Cheddar cheese, grilled onions, roasted red peppers, sliced chicken breast all grilled together.  Sounds delicious. I wonder if Captain Aaron of the Olad knows about this dedication.  I am sure he will be thrilled. You can sit by the big picture window or deck and eat an Olad sandwich as you watch the Olad set sail on the Penobscot Bay.

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