Thursday, July 29, 2010

Maine Event Fun and Food

It was a little before 7 am when I realized that the morning light was filtering its way through the window.

Soon everyone was up and doing their own thing.  We had no real plan until around noon.

By the time I got back from my walk, Darrell was busy

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getting the lobster ready for tonight's dinner.

Mike and Peggy arrived at the campground by noon.  By this time, we were all ready to head out for an afternoon drive.

We first stopped at

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Fat Boy's for a small lunch snack.  A pretty fun place...I mean, when is the last time you were waited on

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by a car-hop and your lunch served on a tray that hung on your window.

Next...a drive out to

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Land's End gift store...were

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the land ends!  There is a

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a beautiful privately owned island just off the

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shoreline.

As, we were making our way back to Topsham, Darrell decided we need a few more lobsters for dinner.  So, we made a stop by

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Glen's Lobsters.  We placed our order with

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this young man.  He got in his boat and headed out to this floating dock where he

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bagged our lobsters and then

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returned to the dock.  Darrell paid for our purchase and off we went.  Boy, were

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little guys ready to get out of the bag...however, little did they know they were headed for our

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dinner of lobster stew.

While Darrell was finishing the stew, Sylvia made this

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yummy fried cornbread and I put together a

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apple, blackberry, and blueberry cobbler.

After dinner the

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visiting and planning continued until it was finally too chilly to stay outside.

Now, the

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girls and the

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guys are looking forward to tomorrow's trip to Portland.

See you there.

6 comments:

  1. If you keep putting up pictures of lobster I'm going to start putting up pictures of salmon and halibut. :)

    Deb & Rod

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  2. Fun, fun!! That lobster stew looks yummy!! You guys have fun. :-)

    Mike & Gerri (happytrails)

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  3. When you head south, don't miss Kennebunkport and a little further south Nubble Lighthouse in York, Maine. Great campground on the ocean.

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  4. At least I get to see the pictures . . . :)

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  5. Ohhh..... it sounds sooooo good!

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  6. Hi Mark & Dortha, I am Mike & Peg's daughter in law (married to Brian) I have to let you know that reading your blog and seeing Maine through your travels make me miss the area greatly.(We relocated to NJ in 96) Thank you for sharing your travels with all of us. Nicole

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