We got on the road early to Portsmouth, ME on a rainy morning and arrived at Strawberry Banke Museum Village. This house wasn't part of the village but it was on a nearby street. The village was a collection of old houses that have been there for over 3 centuries. After touring the village we went on to Portland via Perkins Cove where we had a delicious lunch and took a walk along the 3 mile Marginal Way. Then on to Portland. This Portland is so much like a European town we weren't sure we were in the US.
One of the oldest houses in the US - late 1600's
Main Street at Strawberry Banke. It got it's name because when the settlers arrived there were so many wild strawberries growing on the banks.
First lobster roll, yum!
View from Marginal Walk
Dinner at a funky bar restaurant at the harbor with a great band.