• LITTLE ADVENTURES

  • LITTLE ADVENTURES

  • LITTLE ADVENTURES

  • LITTLE ADVENTURES

  • LITTLE ADVENTURES

  • LITTLE ADVENTURES

  • LITTLE ADVENTURES

  • LITTLE ADVENTURES

  • LITTLE ADVENTURES

  • LITTLE ADVENTURES

  • LITTLE ADVENTURES

  • LITTLE ADVENTURES

  • LITTLE ADVENTURES

  • LITTLE ADVENTURES

Portland to Boothbay Harbor

OK, We had to do it . . . LL Bean owns Freeport, ME, or at least it looked that way. This little town exists for shoppers. We left without a purchase of anything. Then, on to the Maritime Museum in Bath where the early ships were made. What an accomplishment for some rugged men of yore. They don't make 'em like that anymore - ships and men.


The Museum


One of the handmade boats. This is tiny compared to the Wyoming which was built here and was the largest of it's kind ever built - a 6 masted sloop. The outdoor exhibit of it's size was massive.


The guidebooks said this was a popular spot. We took one look at the line and kept driving on to Boothbay Harbor


No line, and the fried haddock and fries were awesome.


Our room at the Spruce Point Inn on the 3rd floor (the Crow's Nest). No picks of the beautiful grounds and water view since it was socked in with fog. Ugg. Maybe tomorrow we will finally get some sun.

© RON & CLAUDIA