Walk’in the Beach

Assuming the weather isn’t ghastly, I walk the beach almost everyday for at least an hour because I’m so much easier to get along with when I’ve had some fresh air and perspective ;).

This series of sequential photographs is what I see between the campground and Searsport Harbor.  You can see that it’s a pretty easy walk over cobblestones and gravely beach.  I’d say that about 50% of the houses are lived in year round and the other 50% have inhabitants only during the summer months…they miss so much!

Still at the campground, just starting towards Searsport Harbor...see, we have a rare patch of sandy!

Still at the campground, just starting towards Searsport Harbor...see, we have a rare patch of sandy!

The first "housing development"...6 big houses in a circle

The first "housing development"...6 big houses in a circle

A tanker waiting in the harbor until the tide rises

A tanker waiting in the harbor until the tide rises

This one's really friendly looking, with a deep porch and gabled windows

This one's really friendly looking, with a deep porch and gabled windows

The only mansion along the way

The only mansion along the way

The mansion

The mansion

The mansion's dock...see how much the tide rises?

The mansion's dock...see how much the tide rises?

More Craftsman style

More Craftsman style

The far side of Searsport Harbor

The far side of Searsport Harbor

The inner harbor

The inner harbor

So typically New England...and the last house on the tour

So typically New England...and the last house on the tour

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