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... steaming garlic mashed potatoes and roasted vegetables accompanied our tasty entrees. Thank goodness my appetite was healthy, even though I felt a little numb inside from today's events. I silently thanked the universe for the multitude of blessings in my life and my safe journey, as we watched the Eastern sky glow pink from the setting sun.
... ocean at Rockport's harbor. After our savory meal of gourmet sandwiches and local brews, we took Surly and White Lightening to the Atlantic for a dip. The afternoon sun sparkled magically on the scene as tears streamed down my face. A red tugboat and a vintage windjammer cruised into the harbor, ...
... views of the sailboats and the coast. It was a BYOB spot so there were plenty of families picnicing with their own coolers of supplies. We both ordered lobster rolls which were served on hamburger buns. It definitely rivals Trenton Lobster Pound near Bar Harbor. After lunch it was definitely time to get home. We definitely had a very angry monster cat to return to. To date, it was definitely the best (and most beautiful) weekend we'd had in Maine! ... back to real life.
... I went back to Cuzzy's with Andy but luckily didn't stay for too long, I was exhausted. The first night sleeping on the boat was soothing as we are at anchor so it rolls a lot.
Mom phoned me the next morning so I ran out onto the deck and my breath was taken away by the beauty around me, it moved me. We had a great chat then everyone got ready for brunch. We went to Mariner's Grill and had a super tasty omelette. I felt like ...
... He built himself a grand house in Thomaston in the 1790s, and the county where Camden, Rockland, and Thomaston are located was named for him. I don’t have any interior photos because pictures aren’t allowed inside the house, but Montpelier is one of the best preserved/restored great houses I’ve visited in the U.S. with a beautiful collection of early American period furniture and decorative arts.
The Farnsworth Art Museum ...