Brown's Wharf Inn
Travel Blogs from Boothbay Harbor
Stayed out too late last night. We had a slow start to the day. After breakfast and doing the laundry, we took the scooter around East Boothbay.
We had dinner with two couples that we met last night. Then, we watched a band at a bar on the docks and headed back to the hotel.
Bar Harbor and Arcadia National Park tomorrow.
We left Echo Lake early in the morning and drove to the Mount Washington Hotel. We asked the concierge there about hiking trails. We were going to hike to the top of Mt. Washington, but the weather called for dangerous storms and 40 mph winds. So, we did a 5 mile hike to the Arethusa Falls and Frankenstein Cliffs instead. I would say it was 150% …
The Admirals have arrived! After making a few wrong turns in Trenton and New York, and spending a lovely evening in Hartford, complete with a hot tub, the Thelma and Louise arrived in Boothbay Harbor at 1330 Monday. The boat was spic and span, everything was in order except the Captains - a scruffier looking crew was never seen. Both had 6 day …
... t go, you won't be able to get in the damned boat." He's right, so this is the year.
Our biggest challenge so far is our inability to put my grubby paws on my passport. We changed bedrooms a couple of years ago and what was where we knew exactly where it was, was put into a box, I thought. After going through nearly EVERY box in the house, I found our passports in the file cabinet, right where Dolly told me it was. The funny thing was, ...
... so exciting, you see the Colbys in America seem to all descend from this couple who bought the house we saw today from Macy in 1654 I believe it was. Hence the name, Macy-Colby House.
After that we continued on east and caught our first glimpses of the Atlantic Ocean and smelled the wonderful ocean air for the first time in nearly two weeks. Home, but colder.
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility