Lodge at Turbat's Creek
Travel Blogs from Kennebunkport
... and gift shops. We had a walk around and then headed north. We cruised along the coastline - Sherrie had our first taste of the interstate (!) which was fun! We stopped at the famous Ipswich clambox and gawped at the length of the queue! Safe to say we hung around long enough for the photo op! However, longer still was the queue of cars to get into Ogunquit. We had Maine lobster, which was yummy (you get a plate, a lobster, a pot of ...
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... little ocean town but again NO PARKING!!! Had our parking sticker but finally had to go to a pay lot. May have to resurrect that letter I composed in my head earlier.
Now here’s the real news……I was going to wait till you got here David but am sharing early. Chris & I have been in the truck or camper for 10 days and it’s been wonderful. The driver has not ...
... sand here is not the soft white sand of Hampton Beach, like we are used to, but a hard packed mud sand. Sand of this variety is shipped in and out of Hampton Beach each summer for the sand sculpting competition because it holds its shape better. Next stop was Nubble Lighthouse. This is located on a small rocky island just across a narrow channel of water. It is now automated but until 1987 the lighthouse keeper and his wife and family lived on the island. They got across to ...
kennebunkport was a feast in more ways than one.. w/ it's outstanding cuisine..rocky beaches..fishing villages..lighthouses..plentiful antiquing..
and did i mention the shopping?
i especially enjoyed the cape cod ...