Seaside Inn Bed & Breakfast
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
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... non government by the Republicans, that Trump a non politician is loved - he could be the next President. Fox is so viscous towards Hilary Clinton and the Democrats - they have no chance if you are a Fox viewer. (I thought the ABC was bad - but Fox takes journalism to a new level.) Lobster again for dinner - decadent. Just think in a weeks time it will be boring CSIRO sensible eating. Sightings: squirrel, bald eagle, turkey Mileage: 144 ...
... Depending on the time of the year, there isn’t much else to do in Rockland aside from visiting the many art galleries. If you’re a golfer the Samoset resort is minutes away, with an 18-hole champion golf course it is called the pebble beach of the east. If you’re in Rockland between July 29th and August 3rd, you can head down to the harbor and go to the famous Maine Lobster Festival. The Lobster Festival ...
Another beautiful day on Squirrel Island. Elizabeth loves the fresh Maine air. Sleeps and eats like a trooper! Today is Adrienne's birthday, yesterday Bear turned 90 so tonight we're having the "Draper" steak- a 4" thick slab of the first cut of the rump! According to Mitch, it must be the thickness of an opened match book rubbed in instant coffee before grilling. Of course, angel food birthday cake for ...
... a spectacular view of the village and the harbor. Sailboats dotted the calm water of the Camden Harbor as a light fog drifted in and out. We drove down to the harbor and paused on one of the boardwalk benches to people watch and enjoy the peacefulness of the setting. One advantage of knowing someone locally is that they can recommend the best restaurants. For dinner we visited the Waterfront ...
... Following her suggestion, we then walked to the Historic Society of Vinalhaven. Oh boy, can't describe how disappointed we were. I was actually hoping to learn a little history of this place. But this museum was so randomly organized - no overview, no timeline, just a miscellaneous collection of photos and stuff, with descriptions. For someone who does not know Vinalhaven, I really could not figure out who is who and what they had to do with this place. Oh ...