Strawberry Hill Seaside Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
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After a breakfast of home made pancakes and bacon, some IT lessons from Sharon and Lou and some recommendations of authors to try on the Kindle, we headed out for a bit of a road trip. Heading North we visited a very impressive bridge at Bucksport where there was also Fort Knox, not the one of gold fame but an interesting and quite historical site none the less. Then it was to Stockland ...
... to head into Camden, one of our favourite places in New England for a walk around. Camden just as pretty as we remember it. After a walk around town stopping into a number of the shops our guide Sharon takes us to a restaurant right on the water overlooking the harbour and two boxes are ticked, Clam chowder and a lobster sandwich. Great. Home and the serenity of this place suggests that it is time for ...
... the first time we have seen this. They certainly wouldn't be able to do this back home in our nanny state! We finally reached Searsport (just short of Belfast) under heavy pea soup fog - so much for coming here for the views! Checked into a cheap motel with a wifi connection that was almost non existent & useless. The only place open was the takeaway in the gas station across the road, so ate pretty poorly that night. Bed & tv to end the ...
... items are promoted throughout the state and, as we meandered, we took note of exceptionally fine handcrafted items. One rewarding stop was Maine Island Rag Rugs where Mary Ann Small showed us dozens of colorful rugs she weaves in her small studio. Marette and I both purchased lovely rugs to grace our homes.
Further down the road, we saw a sign for Maine Prison Showroom and wondered, "What could that be?"
So we ...
... to come and spend a week in the future. Some beautiful old homes and our focus would probably be Acadia National Forest not the town itself. I f you ever drive Highway 1 in Maine, you will see a ton of beautiful huge older homes. The people that own them keep a majority of them well maintained. We stopped at a rest area just before going over the Canadian border and met a couple from Buffalo, NY. They were in Calois to help their daughter get settled in ...