|Rockland Breakwater and Breakwater Light (1902) extends 7/8 mile||into the Penobscot Bay|
|En route, stopping at the famous Red's Eats in Wiscasset|
|22nd Annual North Atlantic Blues Festival|
|Owls Head Lighthouse|
Lobsters and blueberries are synonymous with Maine, and our first meal on crossing into the State was lobster, with blueberry cobbler at our apartment soon afterwards. Availability of fresh seafood, is a given, and lobster has been, and will continue to be on the menu frequently over the coming weeks.
|Some of the Farmer's Market offerings|
In this small town, there are three store/restaurants selling locally-grown organic fruits and vegetables, as well as grass-fed meats. Plus, on Thursdays, through the summer, there is a Farmer's Market on the waterfront offering the same type of fare. But even though food is something I tend to obsess about, we have been enjoying the great outdoors as well. Countless kayak launches offer the opportunity to get out on the water. With coastal waters around 60 degrees, we'd prefer to stay on top.
Friendship Sloops were developed in the late 1800's initially in Friendship, ME, in response to the fishing and lobstering needs of fishermen in bays along the coast of Maine. The Regatta recognized the 135th anniversary of the
|At the Celtic Festival|
|Lobster roll from Red's Eats|
|Near Port Clyde|
|At Port Clyde, sighting of a rare giant Puffin|
|Alan painting along one of the countless harbors|
|Painting near Owls Head Lighthouse|
|At the Camden Harbor Arts and Crafts Festival|