The Perfect Camping Morning by Roy Esposito, Experienced Camper

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The porpoise were this close

This Morning I got up to a beautiful view of the Penobscot Bay from my campsite. It was so calm I had to go kayaking before breakfast. As soon as I left the beach, only out about 500′ out were 3 to 4 porpoises going in and out of the water.

Heading out from the campsite
Heading out from the campsite

I continued toward Sears Island and watched 2 Tug Boats heading toward Mack Point.  All around me were seals poking there heads out of the water one at a time keeping an eye on me. Then I noticed the Osprey flying around

Osprey on Bell Buoy by Sears Island
Osprey on Bell Buoy by Sears Island

their nest at the Red channel maker #6

On the way back to Searsport Shores there were loons and cormorants all around me.

As I got near the beach I heard the noise of a porpoise breathing and saw them playing around out on the Bay.

Tanker headed into Mack Point
Tanker headed into Mack Point

It was a great morning to be out in the kayak in front of Searsport Shores.

Roy J. Esposito

Town Of East Longmeadow

2 thoughts on “The Perfect Camping Morning by Roy Esposito, Experienced Camper

  1. What kind of camping is that! I want to try it,the most exciting thing that happens to me while camping is having smores at the end of the night! Glad to see your having fun Cmdr Roy.

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