Boothbay Harbor ME

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View from the deck near our room at the Harborage Inn. Free WiFI, but no breakfast included. Still, it’s a very comfortable room with really, really nice decor, beautiful bedding in the Laura Ashley manner, and some rather coffee and tea making gadgets. All it really needs is a microwave and a private lanai – the deck is more like a shared third-floor porch that gives access to the rooms.

Eventually, they’ll have a big Jacuzzi right by the water, but it’s not quite ready for use yet. A lot of places aren’t even open this far ahead of Memorial Day, so we’re lucky not to be in a chain motel back at the highway.

The tide here is huge; this inlet empties to bare, brown mud almost completely.

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Originally uploaded: 10 May ’08, 5.15pm CDT PST

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Ladies room

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This was taken from within the sanctum; I’d never been in a ladies’ rooms stall with saloon-style swing doors before. The “katie-bar-the-door” closure was a bit awkward, but served well enough.

Our lunch at this place, the Shoreline Restaurant and Lobster Pound in Ogunquit, turned out to be really good. It was an odd, funky place, with strange acoustics where you could hear the conversations in the bar clearly, even though it was around the corner and in a different wing o the building. We listened to some guy with a strong Boston accent (think “Good Will Hunting”) tell jokes as we ate our lunch.
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Originally uploaded: 10 May ’08, 12.38pm CDT PST

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