Maine Vacation: Our 4th of July
Our Fourth of July was different this year. We didn’t attend an Independence Day parade. We didn’t host (or attend) a picnic. We didn’t even eat picnic food. We did, though, go see a fireworks display. It wasn’t a typical Fourth of July holiday for us, but we still had a very enjoyable day.
Bob went for a hike this morning at Dodge Point Reserve near Damariscotta.
From the parking area, Bob followed a portion of the shore trail from Brickyard Beach to Pebble Beach, then back up to the old farm road returning to the parking area. Bob reckons he walked about 2.5 miles. There were a few muddy areas, but Bob managed to navigate around / through them without getting muddy.
While Bob was hiking at Dodge Point Reserve, I was relaxing back at Pioneer Motel. My main activities were reading and attempting to get a good photograph of a resident bird.
Late this morning we drove to Thomaston to go to the Maine State Prison Showroom. The showroom is an outlet for the crafts made by the inmates of Maine State Prison.
We bought a yo-yo and a lighthouse bird feeder. The merchandise is priced fairly and reasonable throughout Maine State Prison Showroom!
Leaving the showroom we followed Route 97 to 220 and back to Route 1, thereby seeing more of Mid-Coast Maine.
We ate lunch at Damariscotta River Grill and then returned to Pioneer Motel.
This evening we watched the fireworks in Boothbay Harbor from the Fishermen’s Memorial Park in front of Our Lady Queen of Peace church.
The fireworks display was excellent.
This blog post concludes Day 7 of our 10-day Maine vacation (June 28-July 7, 2019).
– TO BE CONTINUED –