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We elect to continue our meandering by driving up scenic coastal Route 1 towards the Penobscot Bay area. However, before leaving the Boothbay region, we decide that we MUST back-track a little bit to Wiscasset, Maine in order to check out "Reds Eats". Red's has been documented as a “must visit/must eat” location by too many “ …
... round camps that they visit on weekends and TONS of things for people to do. Mini golf, basket ball, baseball, tennis, two pool, 3 hot tubs, a big lake, sailing, fishing, a game room, restaurant, etc., etc....
He was a love and went and did the laundry for us while I laid around on a heating pad. (Boo!)
The weatherman says today will be hot and sunny so giving the beach another shot. Oh he was right today.......no goosebumps...........it was hot! However, the water is still cold!!! David was the only one to go in completely and he wasn't in long. It took awhile before he finally got the courage to dunk all the way. Chris was waist high and Ellen and I? Well, our feet were wet.
Couldn't do too much of the sun, it was just so ...
Lots of snoring last night after the Jag-aple-ugers.
The weatherman says today will be hot and sunny so it was off to the beach where we suffered goosebumps for an hour and a half before packing it in.
Drove into Portland and toured the cobblestone streets of old port. On a tip, we stopped into Bucks Naked BBQ. Wow......thanks for the tip. Among other items, we order the ...
... for directions and we were at the camp but unfortunately at the exit. Apparently he needs to be more specific with his GPS.
Toured the town and stopped in at the Crab Shack for more seafood. Took a break from lobster and went for the fish and chips.
Had our first Banok night. After a few beverages at the campfire it was time ...
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