DragonFlye Inn

Address: 19 Naskeag Point Road, Brooklin, Maine, 04616, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 19 Naskeag Point Road, Brooklin, is near Edgar M. Tennis Preserve and Wooden Boat School.
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    Travel Blogs from Brooklin

    Beautiful Maine

    A travel blog entry by azbugz on May 01, 2015

    1 comment, 32 photos

    ... who had been eating lobster all her life. She took Linda step-by-step in the ways of cracking, then drinking, sucking and eating a Maine lobster. It was an amazing wrestling match between the two but Linda finally won!
    After eating we were off again to discover our third New England lighthouse and this one was called the Portland Headlight and was located in old Fort William Park. The sight of the lighthouse, the ocean and ...

    Camping In Acadia National Park

    A travel blog entry by biketrip2014 on Sep 30, 2014

    1 comment, 43 photos

    ... junk shop. Heading back toward the pier, we stopped at the Islesford Congregational Church. Stunning, sea-glass windows captivated our attention. Each colorful piece of sea glass had been collected from the Islesford coast by local artist, Ashley Bryan.
    More on Bryan's incredible artistic talents and his humanitarian contributions can be found at:
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    Somewhere Beyond the Sea

    A travel blog entry by gsnenytravel on Jul 22, 2014

    10 photos

    ... butter and egg salad" sandwich. It was actually pretty good.

    Kaitlyn - Today was awesome! We got up early and drove to Acadia, set up camp and laughed at silly lunch combinations (peanut butter and egg salad sandwich, eaten by Leithe and Isabel!). Then we went sea kayaking...IT WAS SOOOOOOOO AWESOME! We got to be out there for 3 hours and we had such a great time! Then we came back and had a GREAT dinner - tacos in a bag!!!
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    Maine: Lobster, Lighthouses and Government Letdown

    A travel blog entry by scott.ptolemy on Oct 07, 2013

    29 photos

    ... bell peppers to be cooked with campfire coals. This was our intentional attempt at slowing ourselves down and enjoying the moment.
    Waking up the next morning we still had a bit of lingering intentionality to Carpe the Diem. On the way to brush my teeth our neighbor campers invited us to come say hello before we departed. Normally we would have brushed this offer off as an inconvenient roadblock slowing our progress onward towards ...

    Seeing the light(houses) in Maine

    A travel blog entry by pathfinder35 on Sep 29, 2013

    13 photos

    Our port of call today is the smallest port on this trip - Bar Harbor, Maine. It has a population of only 5000 but of course, cruise ship days can almost double it like today with our ship and a HAL ship, the Masdam, in port. Bar Harbor is on an island called Mount Desert Island - Maine is home to over 3100 islands. We took the Lighthouse by jet boat excursion which transports you to 5 different lighthouses in 2 1/2 hrs. We also glimpsed some 'cottages' owned by the rich and famous, such ...