Flat Rock Bridge Family Camping
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... I asked the girl if she had a ship’s log, she asked, 'you mean, like drift wood?’
Our accommodation at Kennebunkport Inn was idyllic, and a brief stroll around the town before dinner yielded some good pictures. With the sun dropping, so was the temperature. A quick drink on the deck at the Inn, before stepping out to dinner at Bandaloop Restaurant, an establishment that refuses to serve lobster. Around these parts, that’s a point of ...
... slide show and video of Rita's younger years. That evening and our final one in Maine we went to the Lobster coop where Ricky works and had dinner and got a tour of the processing of the lobsters. Several got the long awaited Lobster dinner. Everyone packed and got ready for flight or for us the next leg of our ...
... spit to cook the meat. Then back to Maine to see Nubble light house. Beautiful lighthouse and water surrounding water. Then shopping at Stonewall kitchen they sell there goods everywhere but they are in MMaine so we went to the company store. They had this really neat Halloween decoration of witch's and of course we added Nora to the ride . Then we saw the first batista church in the US. Back to Rita's to regroup for the next ...
... where friends and families go to layout for the day, go for a swim, walk their dog, or play beach games. Though this time of year is not the best for just laying out or going for a swim, people are still out walking their dogs and surfing. It’s harder to partake in these activities during high tide, but luckily I got to see it while the tide was still out. Here, there is roadside parking and staircases down the side of the beach wall, giving access to ...
... to Plymouth. I remember seeing a picture of Plymouth Rock and the Pilgrims in my ?third? grade social studies book, but the actual rock was quite different. A portico was built around it to protect it from souvenir rock hunters chipping off a piece (I WAS FOILED!!) We barely grazed the surface of the historical places to see, but we did get sweatshirts!! We skirted around Boston on 495, and eventually got to ROUTE 1, the first ...