22 Apr Photo journey along Maine’s rugged, beautiful coast
Lighthouses and lobster; hiking and biking; and more lobster
We love Maine in September. The summer crowds are gone. The fall leaf peepers have not yet arrived. Temperatures are delightful.
Our 10-day stay including hiking and biking; driving the coastline from southern York to northern Mt. Desert Island; eating massive amounts of lobster, both whole and on a roll. Lodging varied from a comfy, predictable chain hotel in Portland to Boothbay’s boutique Spruce Point Inn to the historic Claremont Hotel at Southwest Harbor. All had lobster on property or nearby.
Maine is a photographer’s paradise with history and beauty and lobster at every turn. These photos are just a few of the hundreds of images we still look at from time to time, and get giddy and hungry for lobster.