Agnes Pease House
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August 4, 2015
We finally left West Eaton around 1 p.m. Buddy had to change the oil in the truck, put new brakes on, load all of the mechanical stuff and the motorcycle, and check and recheck his lists. Although we had directions for travel on highways, we opted to take the more scenic routes through the villages and the parks of New ...
Rain was on the agenda this morning. Walking around in the rain was not a good idea, so we waited it out. By 11A the skies were just cloudy, so we put on our walking shoes and took off. A new route this morning brought us to the front of the homes that we see on Marginal Way. Sometimes the back of the homes are more impressive than the front! ...
We started with a Lobster Ale, a dark beer from a local brewery. It was good, not hoppy.
First course was their Italian baked chicken wings. They were hot from the oven and were very good. Next up was the Margarita Pizza with fresh tomatoes, mozzarella and fresh basil strips. It was a thin crust pizza and it was just what we wanted.
... We saw the back of Barnicle Billy's, our place for Rum Punches. At the end of Perkins Cove is this house at the point.
Walking in Perkins Cove, there are so many lobster shacks, who has the best lobster? One would have to try them all.
We walked over a draw bridge and saw what there was to see in that area. Ogunquit is quite ...
... close to one another as there is less beach.
We saw this lone sailboat.
By the time we finished our walk, we headed back to the Inn where our room was ready.
Rich had made reservations at Five-O for dinner. I am celebrating with my first Vodka Gimlet since leaving the Serenity in May. At first the bartender was asking me ...