Travel Blogs from Rye
... across the beaches of York, Maine. After reading a brief description of the area in a tourism brochure, I decided to plan a day trip down to York Beach.
My trip began on a Saturday morning in early December at around ten o'clock in the morning. It was a cold, but sunny day, and I was excited to take my first day trip since moving to Maine in 2010. After driving roughly 45 minutes South on I-95, I arrived at exit 7 in York. From the ...
... a hot tub - for one of the cheapest prices of the whole trip!
Next day we went for a walk along the coast, taking in the wonderful Maine coastline in the chill. Some of the houses look great, although disappointing to see them empty when surely the winter chill in one of the best times to enjoy the isolation? We drove forever to find an open place for lobster, our main reason for making this short ...
... and The Nubble….so did the name articulated the connection.
I have travelled from ‘The Great Wall ‘ to the ‘Land of the Rising Sun’ where temples take pride of their highest recognitions and their intricate art which somehow just seem to me an adage.
This trip was different. With a touch of magnificence, The Nubble Lighthouse spelled out SAFE JOURNEY... yes, it is and I thought of ...
lot of driving this weekend, but it was fun.
Glad i have a great road partner! not too easy to travel with people some times, but with my lover everything goes smoothly. =)
Home. phew. and in time for walking dead? sweeeeeeet! time to hit the bong and relax.
oh yea...welcome to your new home Gremma
until the next trip!
... quaint little village of Rockpoint. The roads are so old and narrow in these little coastal towns, that in some places, it's only 1 car wide - so it took us nearly the entire day to drive around this peninsula/ cape but it was beautiful.