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A huge THANK YOU to Malcolm & Mary for chauffeuring us around the greater Portland area. We visited:
- Len Libby Chocolatier - where there was a 1,700# Chocolate Moose
- Two Lights Lighthouse at Crescent Beach in Scarborough
- Ferry Beach
- Portland Head Light (Maine oldest lighthouse) at Cape ...
An hour or so after our Ogunquit walk, we pull off the highway to Portland, Maine. We don't really stay long, just head down to the harbour for a picnic lunch on the grass. Brendan has all kinds of picnic foods in the trailer; there is fruit, cookies, crackers, cheeses, meats, ...
... and the old parts of town. The city is in great shape, packed with bars and restaurants. The micro-brew scene here is as good as its western namesake in Oregon.
Must be something about the name, as despite being on opposite sides of the country the Portland's are very similar. Both have a very hip vibe and we managed to catch the movie "Boyhood" in a quaint old cinema. The session was packed despite the movie being on the arthouse side and being released ...
... Stopped for lunch at a delightful little local cafe. An Aviation Tour Company was along our way and offered biplane tours. One of the things on Ben's bucket list was to ride in a biplane. We stopped and Ben and Rob took a flight in the biplane over the Acadia Park. They had a blast! Our next stop was the park. We drove up Cadillac Mountain which hosts the highest point along the North Atlantic seaboard and the first place to ...
... and walked the length to get to the wharf, we realized just how big the ship is!! Graham did well and we were soon in a bus doing our first tour. Colourful boats and seafood shops lined the shore of Casco Bay where we were moored. The town had a chequered start with Indian attacks, war and fire destroying most of the wooden houses in 1866. We drove along the Eastern Promenade with its spectacular ...