Gray's Homestead Oceanfront Campground
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... 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, ...
... 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 ...
... the space and we are SOLD. Who wouldn’t want this apartment? A fully furnished upper story space with a wraparound deck overlooking the walking pier to Boothbay Harbor’s main restaurant/shopping district and all this for an extremely affordable price, YEA!
After settling in, we walk over the pier, take in the sights, have happy hour in a toppas bar with great views and then select the perfect restaurant within walking distance of our new ...
... on, but hey! I'm on vacation....
I could already taste the plump, fresh salty oysters and boy was my patience was rewarded. I ordered a mix of the house oysters Glidden Point Select, Damariscotta and Pemaquid. I really had no need of a sandwich, as I wished I ordered more oysters. My zinc levels fully reestablished, we ate and relaxed in the sunshine with the panoramic view of the harbor, and life is good!
... the summer. I did manage to go to the Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum on campus, named after Bowdoin grads and Arctic explorers Robert Peary and Donald MacMillan. Bowdoin College and its grads have been heavily involved in Arctic Exploration for a century and a half, which I guess makes sense because Maine isn’t all that far from the ...