The Spouter Inn

Address: 2506 Atlantic Hwy., Lincolnville, Maine, 04849, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 2506 Atlantic Hwy., Lincolnville, is near Mount Battie, Camden Hills State Park, Cellardoor Vineyard, and High Street Historic District.
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    Travel Blogs from Lincolnville

    A fantastic final day

    A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Sep 12, 2014

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    ... along the coast. First we stopped and hauled up a lobster trap, to see what had been caught. The captain pulled out the three lobsters inside and gave us a lesson on telling a male and female lobster apart, how big a lobster needs to be to be a “keeper”, how a female’s tail is notched if she’s found with eggs on her, and how stroking a lobster’s head lulls her into stillness. After the lobsters and the ...

    Experiencing a lighthouse, firsthand!

    A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Sep 11, 2014

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    ... which are the special lenses that allow a lighthouse’s beacon to be seen far out at sea, and about how difficult and lonely it could be to run a lighthouse in the early days of our nation. These lights were often in remote locations, hard to access, and there’s no time off when you’re responsible for the safety of all the ships that pass by your light!

    After visiting the museum we had lunch on our own in Rockport, which was a ...

    We take to the water!

    A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Sep 10, 2014

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    Breakfast this morning (and every morning, actually!) is at a bagel shop just steps from the door of our hotel, because the hotel doesn't have a restaurant. The bagel shop opens at 6:30, and it’s fun to see my fellow Road Scholars trickling in - learning who likes to get up early and have a walk after breakfast, and who likes to sleep in as late as possible in the morning. We have a voucher that we use here, so we can have breakfast whenever ...

    Exploring life along the coast

    A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Sep 09, 2014

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    ... amazingly – due to their heavy use, and because many soldiers were buried in their quilts – less than 20 are known to still exist today. Since I’m a quilter, I was fascinated to learn about the how this quilt sewn in Maine ended up in Montana in 2011. It’s owner noticed the name "Belfast, Maine" written on it, and called the Belfast Museum to see if they’d like it for their collection. After we’d explored the small museum, ...

    Roaaaaad trip

    A travel blog entry by annapeters on Sep 21, 2013

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... selling but with a few differences. 1. Everything was local. And I mean everything, the food vendors were all from Maine and selling Maine produce. The story is they refused to let anyone sell coffee because it can't be produced locally. 2. No mess. All the food an drink was served in paper or cardboard containers which could be recycled at any number of recycling points which were staffed by volunteered helping people to separate their ...