Bath Shipyard Inn
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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 ...
We really enjoyed having a home base to return to between excursions. The condo was very comfortable and convenient and we discovered that was much to see and do in Portland besides wash our clothes and sleeping late!
There was still lots to see and do in and close to Portland, as we entered the last week of our stay, we concentrated on enjoying "close to home" sites and restaurants.
The Nezinscot Farm near Turner, Maine, is a ...
... picked and prepared for each order. We agreed to sample as many flavors as possible, so we each ordered different entrees to pass and started with an interesting appetizer of smoked heritage pork tenderloin, lamb shank terrine and chicken liver pate. Arctic char, Atlantic scallops, wild black sea bass and hanger steak were our chosen entrees, along with sides of asparagus and bright garden carrots. We finished the meal with rhubarb galette and dark chocolate torte.
Day two: Off to Cape Elizabeth to see the Portland Head Light, an important lighthouse in maritime history. Just south of Portland, this would be a day trip.
We also visited Kennebunkport, where we played political voyeurs, trying to catch a glimpse of the George Walker Bush family at their summer retreat on Walker's Point. Alas, it was across the bay and the family was probably far away because ...
... on the Phoenix 1 team (a.k.a 1st round firefighters), and so would be heading to Virginia for the entire 1st round instead. Phoenix teams train to do control burns, clear burnable material out of possible wildfire hazard areas, and lend support if a wildfire would occur – trench digging, control burning, brush removal, etc. It’s hard endurance work, which is why they are required to do extra PTs and training.
Anyway, Raven 2 ...