President George H.W. Bush had arrived in Maine where he will spend the rest of his summer, according to ABC News.
The 93-year-old former president arrived at his seaside home in Maine on Sunday evening. Dozens of residents greeted him as he came into town, waving flags and holding up signs of support. Friends claim that the former president was excited to return to Maine, especially after the difficult death of his longtime wife, Barbara, and his recent illness with a blood infection.
Bush has sent a part of every summer at his Maine home since childhood, with the exception of his service as a naval aviator in World War II.
He is excited about a relaxing summer surrounded by family and friends.
Bush spent nearly two weeks in the hospital after his wife's funeral in Texas. After being diagnosed with a blood infection, he was taken to Houston Methodist Hospital on April 22. Barbara Bush died on April 17 in Houston.
The Bush compound in Kennebunkport, Maine rests just next to the Atlantic Ocean on a spit of land known as Walker's point, according to USA Today. There is also a Secret Service gatehouse that prevents access to the cluster of stone and wooden building, although boats routinely go by the area offering tourists a glimpse of the place where the Bush family has vacationed for generations.
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