Wednesday, June 15

Meandering Maine

An easy sixty miles today and I'm spending the night overlooking the Maine coast just outside Camden. On the way to the coast I almost missed the little sign for the Liberty Tool Company, but a quick u-turn and I found myself wandering through a collection of old hand tools that could have been a museum, except that all this "stuff" was for sale.

Parked behind the store was the delivery truck
Next door, the historic octagon-shaped former U.S. post office built in 1870


After Liberty I cruised on down to Camden, walked a trail at the campground and then drove into town for lunch and a walk around the harbor.

View of Camden from Mount Battie in Camden Hills State Park where I'm camped
The harbor - a mix of yachts, sailboats and commercial fishing boats


1 comment:

  1. Stayed in that park years ago. Good pancake house in the street that leads down to the harbor. Used to be owned by a man from Lake Lure NC.