If you’ve missed the first of our trip…check out these posts and travel with us from Maine to Canada back to Maine!
As we woke up in Bar Harbor Maine…the water was calm…the air still…the skies were bright blue and you could hear the birds chirping and every little movement. I sum all of that up in word word = PEACEFUL.
I quickly grabbed my camera and walked down to the water…only to find the neighbor gearing up in his kayak…meeting his neighbor friend, going for cruise in the water. I thought this shot was so “maine-ish”!
Aunt Joanne joined me and we began looking for sea glass. I found a few pieces, but I wish you could see her collection from over the years. I envy that collection…but hey I have started ours. We found a couple of pieces that we brought home and now we have a mission every time we’re at the ocean in Maine…collect sea glass!
We had a delicious breakfast and morning visit…then we were on our way to travel more of the Maine coast. We found ourselves stopping at Liberty Tool Company. My mister’s uncle told him of this really neat place and of course he was in heaven, besides the fact we really couldn’t bring anything home. If you can name or think of a tool…this place had it…and had it for very cheap. So ladies if you want to get your husbands to Maine…mention this pit stop!
Camden, Maine is one gorgeous town on the coast…as we walked down Main Street….we had a delicious lunch at Boynton McKay Food Co…walked around and poked in a few of the unique downtown shops…like this one–> Sugar Tool. I could have spent an entire day in this little shop…dreaming and drooling over the creative way she decorated and displayed her items. Then I would have gladly photographed it for her! But alas I didn’t…we moved on and found ourselves at Camden Deli for coffee and a pastry…then walking by lots of beautiful flowered window boxes full of bright colors. I think I took a picture of every window box in Camden Maine!!!!!! Ok-not really but you get my point!
Our evening stop was in Lewiston, Maine where my mister grew up…we met up with his parents for a yummy seafood dinner and ice cream at Main Street Dairy Treat to top it off. Not one ice cream…but two…for the price of one. The gal got it mixed up…so we ended up with two…I think it’s the first time I’ve eaten an entire ice cream cone by myself in…I-can’t-tell-you-how-long! Good memories!