Blue Lupin Bed & Breakfast

Address: 372 Waterman Beach Road , South Thomaston, Maine, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 372 Waterman Beach Road , South Thomaston, is near Owls Head Transportation Museum, Owl's Head State Park, General Henry Knox Museum / Montpelier, and St. George River.
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Travel Blogs from South Thomaston

Roadtripping Up Maine's Coast

A travel blog entry by biketrip2014 on Sep 28, 2014

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... pan out, we found ourselves in the small coastal village of Lincolnville. Eagle-eyed Maura, spied The Beach Cottage Inn. Our hosts were busy gearing up for the Saturday night dinner crowd at their neighboring restaurant, The Whale's Tooth Pub. Dorothee checked us into The Puffin's Nest, a tiny, perfect haven just paces away from Penobscot Bay. ...

Day 78 Wiscasset To Rockport, Maine Mile: 4,075

A travel blog entry by biketrip2014 on Sep 27, 2014

4 comments, 26 photos

... in the Wiscasset Motor Lodge parking lot. I wondered if she could feel me trembling inside. Choking back tears, White Lightening and I headed East. Feelings of overwhelming gratitude poured from my heart. I was so very thankful to have the support and encouragement from family, friends and new ...

Day 77 Gloucester To Wiscasset, Maine Mile: 4,020

A travel blog entry by biketrip2014 on Sep 26, 2014

2 comments, 25 photos

... Harbor. Bruce and Robert had started their trip with six other riders, but a bike crash in Michigan sent their injured companions home early. White Lightening and I had fun riding with them into Brunswick. Robert led the way, zig zagging on back roads through the Bowdoin College town. They ...

Monhegan Island

A travel blog entry by robertandtanja on Aug 20, 2012

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... looking for peace and quiet. We enjoy that too, but not enough to move there. We took the Ann Elizabeth back to Port Clyde in the afternoon. On the way we saw more dolphins and Phalaropes. An impressive yacht seemed to be on collision course for a while but disappeared behind an island using another channel. It had an enormous mast, must have been 30 meters. Five sets of cross-trees ...

Mount Battie, Wooden Boat territory

A travel blog entry by robertandtanja on Aug 19, 2012

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... but must be a nice experience. Canoes and kayaks can be rented for short periods.

At sunset the light over the water is almost better than a Dutch Golden Age painting (e.g. Ruijsdael). All kinds of golden, Bordeaux, aubergine and purple hues are mixed into the natural colours of the rock. In quite a number of villages we saw boutiques and galleries showing works that evidenced the fact that painters were impressed as ...