Welch House Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... and harvesting fresh foods daily.
We enjoyed an amazing array of flavors throughout the evening and even scored a special treat:
Fiddle Dee Dee: We Ate Fiddles!
We asked our server, Benjamin, if fiddleheads were available, knowing that this delicacy was in season during May. And then we were treated to fiddles prepared two ways: breaded and fried, and sauteed. (Fiddleheads are the tender green, curled tops ...
It was time to hit the road and, with many destinations with a couple of hours driving, we decided to make two separate day trips of our visits to Bath and Brunswick and then to Augusta, the state capitol, and Freeport, the shopping mecca of Maine.
Brunswick and Bath are more like suburbs of Portland, just 30 miles up the coast. However, with winding roads and a desire to meander rather than travel the highways, it took us an hour to reach Bath. Marette and ...
... with old friends in Brunswick for the night. After the good byes, I got totally lost trying to find my way out of the city.
Eventually, I was back on track and pedaling to our planned lunch destination in Bath, Maine. I met Maura at Bath's harbor overlooking the Kennebec ...
... meantime, s/v Vagabond was wending her way from Provincetown, MA to Isle of Shoals and then Boothbay Harbor, Maine.
Sunday, July 20th saw Admiral Sue and Vagabond connecting in Boothbay Harbor where she enjoyed the first of many lobstah dinners once all were settled into their respective accommodations.
Monday, July 21 Captain Kelsey and Medical Officer Eric drove l/y Pita from Boothbay to Rockland, Maine visiting a number ...
... went out to Mouse Island and Squirrel Island and a couple of others. We got a little history about Maine and it's harbor.
Back at the cottage, the kids were excited to get back to the cove and get wet. So we went over with Katie. What to my wondering city eyes, there was no water. Well there was water but there was a beach. The tide had gone out leaving sand, rocks, shells, crabs, hermit crabs and other sea life. Awesome. A teacher's delight. We ...