15 thoughts on “Countdown to Maine: Day 16

  1. Your State Park link doesn’t go anywhere useful. Goes to a “no match” search page.

  2. Your State Park link doesn’t go anywhere useful. Goes to a “no match” search page.

  3. Your State Park link doesn’t go anywhere useful. Goes to a “no match” search page.

  4. That didn’t work out the way I thought it would. Let’s try this:
    [URL]http://www.maine.gov/doc/parks/programs/db_search/index.html[/URL]

  5. That didn’t work out the way I thought it would. Let’s try this:
    [URL]http://www.maine.gov/doc/parks/programs/db_search/index.html[/URL]

  6. That didn’t work out the way I thought it would. Let’s try this:
    [URL]http://www.maine.gov/doc/parks/programs/db_search/index.html[/URL]

  7. OMIGOD Cynthia,
    The Lobster Shack. We went there, first stop when we got to Maine a few years ago. I’d read about it in a Sunday NY Times foodie review! It was a beautiful experience. For someone who hadn’t had a “real” lobster or clams for several years [only get them when I go home to NY]–it was nirvana.
    We got lost driving around to find it–but in getting lost we found some interesting looking places to get back to: a restaurant that featured local food only–proponents of Elliot Coleman. Wonderful fields of wildflowers. I loved sitting at the benches and looking out at a beached rowboat and those wonderful little islands that sprinkle all of the Maine bays.

  8. OMIGOD Cynthia,
    The Lobster Shack. We went there, first stop when we got to Maine a few years ago. I’d read about it in a Sunday NY Times foodie review! It was a beautiful experience. For someone who hadn’t had a “real” lobster or clams for several years [only get them when I go home to NY]–it was nirvana.
    We got lost driving around to find it–but in getting lost we found some interesting looking places to get back to: a restaurant that featured local food only–proponents of Elliot Coleman. Wonderful fields of wildflowers. I loved sitting at the benches and looking out at a beached rowboat and those wonderful little islands that sprinkle all of the Maine bays.

  9. OMIGOD Cynthia,
    The Lobster Shack. We went there, first stop when we got to Maine a few years ago. I’d read about it in a Sunday NY Times foodie review! It was a beautiful experience. For someone who hadn’t had a “real” lobster or clams for several years [only get them when I go home to NY]–it was nirvana.
    We got lost driving around to find it–but in getting lost we found some interesting looking places to get back to: a restaurant that featured local food only–proponents of Elliot Coleman. Wonderful fields of wildflowers. I loved sitting at the benches and looking out at a beached rowboat and those wonderful little islands that sprinkle all of the Maine bays.

Thoughts?