Friday, June 17, 2011

Boothbay Harbor, Maine

The Evringhams, Guilers, and Pattersons’ outing for the day was to Boothbay Harbor, Maine.  We departed Topsham around 10:30 AM arriving at one of Boothbay Harbor’s municipal parking lots at about a quarter to twelve.  After a short waterfront tour, “Feed Me” kicked in.  We had lunch at McSeagull’s and then headed out to “do the town”.

Boothbay Harbor was first settled in 1666 by the English.  It wasn’t until 1842 that it was formerly named Boothbay Harbor at which time it was primarily a fishing town.  Today the streets are lined with “cute little” tourists shops and eateries.  It was still fun to “just be tourists” and meander up and down the streets and in and out of the shops.

Again today you get more pictures than verbiage, which is a good thing – you’ve had more than enough verbiage from me over the past few weeks.  The following pictures are around the harbor at Boothbay Harbor, Maine. 











We had a lot of fun spending time together.  Before you knew it the day had passed and it was time for another meal.  So we all gathered at Mike and Peggy’s to finish off the seafood chowdah and partake in a nice pulled pork and garden salad meal prepared by Peggy – Umm, Umm, Goooood!  Great company, good food, and plenty of fresh air – just the right recipe for a great night’s sleep.

Take Care Until Next Time  - - - - -

1 comment:

  1. Sounds like so much fun.. I love seeing your pictures. Making me home sick for New England..