Back in Illinois late last night. Will be back in Maine same week, same cabin next year.
Lesson learned this trip. Restaurant in town also sells cooked lobsters to go out of their lower level. $10.95 per pound and they were hotter when we got to the cabin than when served in the restaurant for 70% more cost
My brother resolved the lobster issue by going pescatarian rather than vegan about 3 years ago.
Watching the weather. First time I recall thinking good be in midwest rather than Maine because of temperature.
If you have a set of Makita cordless tools, they make a couple of fans, a 12" and an 8" or 10" fan that run on the rechargeable batteries. For a cordless breeze source, they can help. Just have a few batteries ready to go. I haven't run it long enough to know how long a battery lasts, but lithium ion batteries are a great technology.
After Labor Day, I will be flying back east to join some of my lifelong college friends for a road trip from the Tidewater area of VA. up to Maine and back. This will be a first for me, although I did make it up to Martha's Vineyard to help a fellow graduate student lady friend move home way back then fifty years ago. It was a beautiful trip, and after last years plans were cancelled, I have hope for this time now that we are all fully vaccinated.
Lobster rolls are in my future, Yum. Heck, might even have a chance to see some color changes. I appreciate the photos of the Maine coast to whet my appetite. Thanks for sharing.
We did Red's 2 years ago; if you have time for waiting in line for 2 hours, go for it.if you pass through Bath Maine home of Bath Iron Works make time to stop on at Reds Eats and get a lobster roll.
We did Red's 2 years ago; if you have time for waiting in line for 2 hours, go for it.
This year we did Sprague's across the street. Same product (quantity and quality), lower cost, 45 minute wait. But they didn't win Best in Maine or have all the big chef's stop by.