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The remainder of our meal was served with attentive care to our preferences.
The following day we visited the Damariscotta Mills Fish Ladder Restoration Project, which is the state's oldest and most productive alewife fishery. Alewives return to fresh water to spawn, as do wild salmon. Closely related to herring, alewives are fished primarily for lobster bait, which is a vital industry to Maine's ...
... the local streets and along the waters edge. The homes here are amazing and the views of the village are breathtaking.
Back in town we had a coffee and pumpkin pie! Yummo! Not quite Andrew's cup of tea, however that's ok…more for yours truly! As we were there we organised our nights accommodation here in Camden and popped out to meet our host who herself was on her way out of town. The house we are in is a ...
... on the pebbly beach and marveled at the deep blue water reflecting in the sky. Later, we treated ourselves to a fabulous dinner at The Whale's Tooth. I eyed the lobsta swimming in the tank, as Dorothee's husband, Rob, led us outside to their dining deck overlooking the bay. Maura ordered the haddock and I went for the turf, instead of the surf. ...
... Waldoboro. Then take Route 90 into Rockport, completing the bike trip with a front tire dip into the Atlantic Ocean. It was staggering to believe that our cross country journey would be finished in a few short hours.
Blue skies and morning sunshine beamed down on Maura and I as we had our ...
... to get the heck out of the mess we were in. Well, we can say we were there, we saw it and know where it is. That's it.
Evening was closing in, fog was thickening and rain was not far off. We found a campground between Boothbay Harbor and Wiscasset which we will attempt to explore in the morning. Hopefully the sun will shine, fog will be gone and we will hit the road for Cape Cod.