Stonehouse Manor At Popham Beach B&B
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... are just a smear of objects going by. The things I would have liked a picture of are the trees/bushes along the road with cone shaped blooms coming out of the top, I believe they are called Sumac. The other thing is the sloughs covered in lily pads, blooming in pinks and whites. We got stuck in a traffic jam on the interstate in Massachusetts! An hour and a half ...
Odometer reading: 20,199 miles
States visited: Maine
Today we took our time and made our way from Bar Harbor to Portland. Well, it's been an awesome vacation, but it has to come to an end sometime. I'm catching a flight home from Portland to Milwaukee tomorrow; Phil, Jeff, and Marieta are going to brave the elements and get the bikes home. We covered 1,754 ...
... and we just went from there. Small. Plates. Tasty. Yummy.
The following day meant we had to come to terms with our shopping decisions as we all struggled to stuff our suitcases. We had time to visit the Old Port once again and have a last meal at Eventide, where we once again enjoyed fresh oysters and that most fabulous lobster roll on a steamed bun with browned butter.
There couldn't be a better way to end this visit!
... but not quiet. And we left wanting more and so we had a second lunch lobster roll at a cozy lobster shack on a pier near Ogunquit. And it was really good, too. We wanted more, but they would have to wait for another day.
After second lunch, we visited the Ogunquit Museum of Art where we enjoyed a private tour and saw works by American artists including Winslow Homer and (new to me) DeWitt ...
... us but did some impressive rumbles. Sandy Beach was just that - a sandy beach but the highlight for me was when I saw a lake with two beaver dams in it. Lesley kindly stopped the car and I scanned with my binoculars to see if I could spot a beaver. After about 10 minutes of no sign at all, we were about leave when I spotted something swimming toward the dam. At first I thought it was just a bird but it was really going too fast and when I focussed I could see it was a beaver's head. ...