Sleepy Time Motel
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... pistachio caramel tart!
We visited the Portland Observatory, learning that it has nothing to do with stars and everything to do with early maritime commerce. Built on Munjoy Hill in 1807 by an early entrepreneur, the Observatory was used to track the port's shipping activity. The tour offered historic background and a 360-degree view of Portland and Casco Bay.
And then, it was our last full day in Portland. Sigh. . .
But we ...
Day two: Off to Cape Elizabeth to see the Portland Head Light, an important lighthouse in maritime history. Just south of Portland, this would be a day trip.
We also visited Kennebunkport, where we played political voyeurs, trying to catch a glimpse of the George Walker Bush family at their summer retreat on Walker's Point. Alas, it was across the bay and the family was probably far away because ...
We wanted to eat lobster and oysters on the half shell, track elusive moose, and watch the sunrise over the Atlantic Ocean when we visited Maine for three weeks. We were more than satisfied by accomplishing three of those goals and happy to leave the moose for another visit to this most northeasterly state in the U.S.
For several years, our friends Harold and Dana had suggested that Ken, Marette, Jack and I visit ...
... Saturday. They were great as was the service, the rest of their menu also looked interesting, so would recommend checking it out.
After 18 oysters, Motel 6 was our next destination. The reviews of this place were mixed but all we really needed was a place to sleep and it was the best value so it made sense. It's right on the interstate so we expected a lot of noise, but we were pleasantly surprised. ...
... It is Woolies, meets K-mart, meets Bunnings, meets "I don't know what". The section for hunters is the one that is least familiar. It includes guns in plastic hanging on shelves like toys. They are BB guns that shoot metal pellets and lethal weapons if misused. The pellets are there too and every accessory required. They even have a pink trim for the girls. Tomorrow we leave Maine behind. It's been well worth the ...