Travel to Maine

A couple years ago my wife and I discovered another hidden travel treasure. Some friends invited us to travel to Maine to spend some time with them at their vacation home in the quiet seaside village of Cundy’s Harbor.

This map of Maine is zoomed in to show you the location of Cundy’s Harbor:

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From it’s rocky coasts to its crystal clear tidal pools to the scenic pine-covered islands, I fell in love with Maine, and Cundy’s Harbor the moment I arrived.

We spend nearly an hour wading around in the chili summer water to find some of nature’s treasures.

Hopping on the motor boat, we were treated to the scenic islands and wildlife of Cundy’s Harbor

 

Our boat was pulled over by the local coastal police, and we wondering what we had done wrong.  It turned out that they were checking that children were wearing life jackets.

Because the children on our boat were wearing their life jackets, they were rewarded with gift certificates for snacks!

I would recommend that you rent a kayak (like we did) and paddle around some of the nearby islands, and then over to Sebasco Harbor. Sebasco Harbor has a nice little ice cream stand and a quiet park to rest in. Here are a few good Maine guidebooks

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If you have any questions, suggestions, or comments about traveling to Maine, please leave them below!

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    Rob Tonkinson says:

    Some years ago, my wife and I also went to Maine. We stayed at the Limerock Inn in Rockland for our base. That was a wonderful area and a great B&B as well. We went in late August, which was a great time–not too hot and before the area was inundated for the fall foliage season, plus wild blueberries were in season and lobster was everywhere!

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