Last night, we attended a wedding on a Casco Bay ferry. As the perfectly beautiful day wore on, the wind kicked up and by the time we were getting ready to leave clouds were forming, the barometer was dropping and we could see white caps out on the bay. This was clearly going to be a bad hair night. We settled on coats but still wore flip-flips. As the ferry started down the ship channel, the horizon was going up and down as we all took a slightly wider stance to steady ourselves and our drinks. The skipper ended up taking us in amongst the islands where it was less choppy, but as I sketched Pumpkin Knob island that horizon was still going up and down. It was a unique and wonderful wedding despite the slightly inclement weather.
Congratulations Steve and Holly.