Craignair Inn at Clark Island
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... Battie overlooks the harbour and town which are in a kind of a bowl. There are small islands between the harbour and the Atlantic. At risk of repeating myself again…it's gorgeous!
Ella (our host) also recommended a trip out to Rockland Breakwater and Lighthouse. The breakwater is about 2kms long and made of huge slabs of rock laid in a path all the way out to the Lighthouse. We arrived mid afternoon and as ...
We spent last week at Camden Hills State Park just north of Camden Maine. I attended a photo workshop at Maine Media Workshops in Rockport, Maine, learning all kinds of cool things. We went out on a couple photo shoots and sat in classrooms learning from Master photographers about things like photoshop and printing, and mainly how to make better photos At the very least, I ...
... been returned to the sea, we went down around the coast. The captain kept us entertained with information about the various places we passed, such as the farm where the striped Belted Galloway cattle are reared for their beef, and the family that own a local lighthouse. Although it was a bit chilly, I wouldn’t have missed it! Not only was it another opportunity to take in the sights of the coast from the water, and to learn about ...
... of the light as we shaded our eyes from the bright beacon in the center of the tiny room. Then it was back down to the keeper’s cottage, which is where our morning’s speaker had lived during his time as keeper, and which now houses a shop and some displays about the history of the lighthouse.
We got a chance to dry out and relax at our next stop, Breakwater Vineyards Winery. It was an opportunity to see how life in Maine is changing in ...
... I visited a place called Castle Tucker – a historic home that’s now open to the public. Because it was a weekday, and off-season, I got my own private tour around this lovely mansion, learning about the various families who lived here, and seeing the lovely décor, as well as the parts of the building that are being restored. I had a lobster roll for dinner, too – there’s no such thing as too much lobster when you’re in ...