Strawberry Hill Seaside Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... you look there is a flag proudly flying. Whether it's a flagpole in the front lawn or a row of flags on the electricity pilons as you drive down the country roads, the national pride is evident. Even the graves we saw had flags instead of flowers.
After a full day, we are back in our lodgings with the fire going and feeling very content. We have mapped out our last day in Maine tomorrow and then heading on to Vermont.
We spent last week at Camden Hills State Park just north of Camden Maine. I attended a photo workshop at Maine Media Workshops in Rockport, Maine, learning all kinds of cool things. We went out on a couple photo shoots and sat in classrooms learning from Master photographers about things like photoshop and printing, and mainly how to make better photos At the very least, I ...
... 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 ...
It’s the last day of the program, but it isn’t over yet! I got my bags packed before breakfast, and was eager to head down to the waterfront one last time for another trip out onto Penobscot Bay, this time on a fishing boat! It was much chillier today – very much fall weather, instead of the summery warmth we’d enjoyed earlier in the week – and the crew brought out blankets for us to keep warm under as ...
... of the light as we shaded our eyes from the bright beacon in the center of the tiny room. Then it was back down to the keeper’s cottage, which is where our morning’s speaker had lived during his time as keeper, and which now houses a shop and some displays about the history of the lighthouse.
We got a chance to dry out and relax at our next stop, Breakwater Vineyards Winery. It was an opportunity to see how life in Maine is changing in ...