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Lincoln County

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  • Day12

    Leaving Maine, again!

    October 14 in the United States ⋅ ⛅ 52 °F

    During our first attempt at leaving, we discovered 3 problems. We figured we could address the first 2 when we stopped but when we realized the alternator wasn't charging the new batteries, we decided it just wasn't time to leave yet and turned back just before dusk. We got on a mooring in an easily accessible cove for the night then went the rest of the way home the next morning. Dave sorted out the electronics problem, we had the boat hauled and bottom cleaned which fixed the speed, and we had a new voltage regulator installed to better program the new Lithium batteries. We were fortunate, a week later, to see another window of mild, calm conditions and squeezed in a 49 hour run to this marina, getting here just before high winds and cold night time temps. Our plan is to catch a short window Weds./Thurs. to get down the NJ shore to Cape May and, if it holds, another short window Fri./Sat. to get from Cape to Virginia Beach.Read more

  • Jun19

    Debs Diner

    June 19, 2016 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 21 °C

    I drive by lots of stuff I'd like to see. But that's the catch, you've already gone by it. When I saw this place I hit the brakes and did an immediate yooie. Turns out they close at noon on Sunday and as such they only serve breakfast. But they let in some people 10 min after me and let me order a turkey club. Nice small town.Read more

  • Jun19

    Pemaquid lighthouse

    June 19, 2016 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 21 °C

    This lighthouse is in a gorgeous park now. It's a fee to enter so I didn't go. I'll Google a picture later. Glad to be touring one of these Maine peninsulas.
    2 The towns here have that special something.Read more

  • Day5

    Water Street Kitchen and Bar

    September 9, 2019 in the United States ⋅ ⛅ 19 °C

    Stopped in Wiscasett for lunch. We ate her the last time when it was Le Garage which had a 40 year run. Brian had a burger and I had a bowl of bean soup and bread. Share a piece of apple blueberry purple with ice cream for dessert.Read more

    Pie. MAJOR drool factor. LT

    9/9/19Reply
    Bonnie Benedict

    It was pretty tasty.

    9/9/19Reply
     
  • Day4

    Tops'l Farm Retreat

    July 29, 2017 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 21 °C

    Our accommodation for the evening included a real bed! Tops’l Farm is a rustic retreat in a small Maine town that’s nestled between a river and the ocean. This is glamping at its best! Our tent had two single beds, solar lantern, bedside tables and water pitchers that were filled and ready for your arrival.

    The bathhouse was awesome! Cedar planks and upscale bath products made you feel like you were in a 5 star hotel. They even had a hairdryer!

    The phone charging stations nearby were a nice touch. They thought of everything. It would be nice to have something similar closer to DC.

    Dinner was at an iconic pit stop on Route 1, Moody’s Diner. The food was mediocre but it was fun knowing that you were eating in a place that has been serving tourists food since 1927. We did try one of their famous Whoopie Pies. I was skeptical but, it was actually really good.

    We headed back camp and spent some time relaxing around the fire before heading to bed.
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  • Day5

    Boothbay Harbor, Maine

    July 30, 2017 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 22 °C

    Today’s big activity was whale watching in Boothbay Harbor. We got into town a little early and had the opportunity to walk around before heading to the boat. The streets were lined with touristy shops and waterside restaurants. We enjoyed lunch overlooking the ocean at McSeagull’s. Food was ok but the views more than made up for it!

    After lunch, we headed down to the boat to begin our whale-watching adventure. The ride out of the harbor was gorgeous. The coast was littered with the cutest beach bungalows. We also passed two picture perfect lighthouses.

    It didn’t take long for the captain to find the first whale. We followed this poor guy around for about an hour waiting for him to surface for air.

    By the end of the trip, we had seen two different species of whales, sea turtles, dolphins and sea lions! Well worth the investment.

    We were both in love with this town, so we decided to stay a little longer and explore the shops. I definitely could see myself living here!
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  • Day6

    Make your own pizza!

    August 17, 2016 in the United States ⋅ ⛅ 68 °F

    Kids got to make their own pizza tonight with tons of fresh toppings. Then it was sharing our favorite performers from America's Got Talent and playing a guessing game on Maddie's phone.

    Maddie also figured out what the Chinese characters on a window in the house meant (with a little help from a friend of Sarah's, Thank you, Sheng Chu!). It means: Love, Blessing, Luck and Wisdom.

    A fun night with family 😊😘
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