Posts Tagged 'Boothbay Harbor'

A Maine Winter, 2010

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While Mother Earth and her sadist lover, Winter, beat up the remainder of the East Coast, I’m happy to say that so far the Winter in Boothbay Harbor has been almost enjoyable.

How often does DC have to negociate daily life through a meter of snow, and in Boothbay Harbor the sun is shining and it’s a balmy 48 degrees. This, however, is not a case of schadenfreude. Other people should shovel snow once in a while, too.

So why come to ...

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Winter at the Welch House Inn

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Winter is great at the Welch House Inn. It’s quiet. It’s pretty.

Snowy Islands from the Welch House Inn.

Snowy Islands from the Welch House Inn.

I grew up in New England, and let me tell you that even if you didn’t spend your youth driving around wicked fast on the ...

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The Harvey Gamage

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The Harvey Gamage.

On Sunday, May 31st the Harvey Gamage will be docking at Wooton’s Wharf in beautiful Boothbay Harbor at one o”clock.

The Harvey Gamage has just returned from four months at sea with a full crew of High School students. Working with partner schools, the Ocean Classroom Foundation offers a multitude of programs on it’s three ships, including the “Semester at Sea” program and Seafaring ...

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Yankee Magazine’s Favorites

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Well, the results are in . . . What are Yankee Magazine’s Top 20 best attractions in Maine? Well, you’ll find 2 of the right here in the Boothbay Region.

Burnt Island Lighthouse in Boothbay Harbor.

The Burnt Island Lighthouse here in Boothbay Harbor was rated the best Lighthouse tour, and with more than 60 Lightouses on our coast, that’s a pretty big deal.

Only accessible by boat, you can join a small cast ...

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What can we do in Boothbay Harbor, Maine?

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I wanted to take several blog entries to talk about all of the activities going on during the summer  in Boothbay Harbor, Maine. This entry will deal with our favorite ocean activities, because, well, we live in a Harbor.

This is the schooner Eastwind in Boothbay Harbor as it passes one of our many regional lighthouses

Cabbage Island Clambakes – A very well-run operation that combines a harbor tour with a ...

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