Schooner Bay Motor Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... along saw the sky changing colour as sunset approached. The sunset hitting the surrounding hills with the Autumn colours is really amazing. As we headed back towards Camden we stopped at a graveyard that was right on the side of the road. Again the late afternoon sky and Autumn foliage made this spot perfect for the camera.
Back in town we stocked up on fruit at a local grocery shop, watched the sunset on the ...
... got many good photos but got some decent iPhone photos which are here in the blog. Also there are a couple photos I had a chance to post process a little bit. not finished but enough for you to see. Now we are continuing our southern migration down into Massachusetts wishing we could remain for another week but most of the campgrounds are beginning to close up so it's onward Ho! ...
... along the coast. First we stopped and hauled up a lobster trap, to see what had been caught. The captain pulled out the three lobsters inside and gave us a lesson on telling a male and female lobster apart, how big a lobster needs to be to be a “keeper”, how a female’s tail is notched if she’s found with eggs on her, and how stroking a lobster’s head lulls her into stillness. After the lobsters and the ...
... which are the special lenses that allow a lighthouse’s beacon to be seen far out at sea, and about how difficult and lonely it could be to run a lighthouse in the early days of our nation. These lights were often in remote locations, hard to access, and there’s no time off when you’re responsible for the safety of all the ships that pass by your light!
After visiting the museum we had lunch on our own in Rockport, which was a ...
... instead of as a group, like we do for dinner.
We’ve all been anticipating today’s activity – a ride on a schooner out into the bay! We all went down to the waterfront to board the Olad, a beautiful sailing vessel. The captain and his mate welcomed us aboard, gave the standard safety talk, and then we were on our way! The Olad is a yacht built in 1927, and only takes a maximum of twenty-two passengers, so the cruise ...