Quick trip to Mamaroneck

We left Maine on Sunday of Memorial Day weekend so we could drive from Newton to Mamaroneck on Monday. My mom was east for a wedding in Baltimore and went to visit her sister on Monday. Last summer she was talking about coming to Maine for a week or so at the end of this summer, but by now she wasn’t sure she would want to travel that much. This trip could turn out to be our only chance to see her in the East this year, so we went to Westchester for the day.

I’ve got a bunch of pictures, but no easy way to find them from this computer; so I’ll stop here until I can post them.

Here’s my aunt Mimi and her daughter Robin, who was maybe in first grade when I went off to college:

Robin is starting a business designing and manufacturing high-grade reusable paper placemats and napkins. She had brought some samples. Click on the picture for her business website (which I have to say is a lot classier than this one.)

It was also my uncle Bert’s birthday, and there was a cake for him.

Here’s the younger generation, Mimi’s grandkids:

Me and my mother, badly backlit:

And, Charley and Nicole made the trip down, because they’re weren’t likely to see my mom any other way.

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