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... Barnacle Billy's was the choice for lunch, our last Rum Punch and last order of onion rings for this trip. Good thing as I am sure our waists are expanding! We think the chicken salad was the start of a diet.
Sign of a cute shop.
Our walk back to the Inn was a zigzag route as we wanted to get in as many miles as we could. ...
... needs no explanation.
Another beach sign. Then the Welcome to Ogunquit Town Line and we then entered Wells, Maine!
We walked from Ogunquit to Wells! Now we had to walk all the way back. Easy feat after walking all these miles this week.
For lunch we decided to try the Village Grocery Store. They have a cool deli and some ready ...
... a sign like this posted at a beach.
We went to a shop that Rich had remembered that was fun. It is called "Spoiled Rotten". Love these tiny shops that are just crammed with stuff. This shop had many different cracker spreads to try. We do not try any of these, but they did have a berry mixer that we sampled. It is for making martinis, ...
... are a few small beaches along Marginal Way, some with lifeguards even.
One of our favorite places for lunch is Barnacle Billy's Etc. This place is noted for its Rum Punch and onion rings. We have had rum punches in many, many places and no establishment makes it like Billy's. The onion rings are the best in the world as well.
... along the side roads looking for anything they could park their car into.
We walked way down to almost the end of the beach and decided to take some side streets back and wind our way back to the main road. Again, the homes are beautiful. It must be the salt air that feeds into these gardens.
As we entered the town, we browsed ...
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