Day three started out with an early lunch in New Harbor. Oh my, New Harbor is PRECIOUS. SO tranquil… a beautiful escape. We ate at Shaw’s Wharf, per recommendation from a couple of people. We ate on the second level deck overlooking New Harbor… the high was 70 that day, the breeze cool, the food yummy. You have to go! I mean, look at the view (above also):
Category: ME photography
So it’s going to take a couple of posts for me to tell you about our Maine trip, and to get it down to two long posts took some self restraint! Pretty much everything we saw and ate came from someone’s referral. As a small business we choose to completely rely on you referring us to your family and friends. We wanted to hear from YOU what you thought we should do and eat in Maine… and now we are going to report back! David is becoming quite a foodie and local beer man so the food portion of the trip was important. We stayed in a cheap hotel (which was nothing special, just fit in our budget way better than the bed and breakfasts we dreamed of, so no referral there) in Freeport and traveled from there every day.
Let me also take a moment to note that these posts are a mixture of images from our pro camera and our point&shoot. Also David and I took turns with both cameras so you’ve got both of our perspectives mixed in.
The first day we headed to Bath, which reminded us of many of the coastal towns we have grown up with on the NC coast. We got a late start this first day because, well, we slept in. And it felt awesome to sleep in… especially since it was rainy. Bath was cute but really the main attraction there, other than the beautiful view over the water, seemed to be shopping so we moved on after about an hour. We headed to Popham Beach which was beautiful, and then spent time exploring around Fort Popham…