|You'd know where I was even if|
I didn't tell you!
|Maine is loaded with old cars and trucks|
I got up a little later than I intended this morning, because I had drawn the blackout curtains in my hotel room. Therefore, sunlight did not wake me up, and my eyes popped open at 8:45. I must have needed the sleep!
|Alfred's iconic white church.|
My morning walk was done up and down Main Street, enjoying the various shops and the people who were out on this beautiful Saturday morning. Leaving Concord, I headed for Sanford, Maine, wanting to stay away from the coast for now. I drove on interior roads until I got to Alfred, where I stopped for lunch. I continued on 202 to Gray, when I headed south for Freeport. In Freeport I got on Rt. 1 and drove north, through Wiscasset, then south on 27 to Boothbay.
My home for the night is the White Anchor Inn. I unloaded stuff in my room, then went to Boothbay Harbor. It was quite crowded with tourists tonight, but I found ice cream for dinner and walked around. Then I drove down the scenic 96 loop, finding beautiful hamlets tucked into small coves – and very little parking anywhere to enjoy the water views. Maybe in the morning there will be fewer cars and I can catch the sunrise.
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