Searsport Shores Ocean Camping Blog

It’s a sparkling day on the Maine coast but I’m hiding behind my computer for the next few hours. I’m not sure how it is for you, but in my world,...

It’s Monday…and not that I’m competitive but just for fun, I’d like to compare my day with yours…and it’s barely noon. After my great cup of Rock City Coffee (www.rockcitycoffee.com) I...

A typical phone reservation goes something like this: I answer, “Hello, Searsport Shores Ocean Camping.” The person on the other end of the phone line either says “Hi, how was your...

Yesterday I started pulling together our Calendar of Events. Tourism studies show that a visitor to a region considers anything within a two hour radius of their home base to be...

Yesterday was the day to scratch off 15 items from my to-do list. Because we are fortunate enough to live in a town where small shops are the rule, occasionally this...

Mine was pretty typical. I had lunch at the Belfast Co-op with the executive director of the Islesboro Island Land Trust. We discussed the latest conservation efforts for Sears Island and...

I won’t bore you with another picture of the snow from our window…but it’s so pretty.  Because we live in a tiny house, we can see out the windows on all...

Steven leaves for work at about 6:45 in the morning. With a fresh cup of coffee in hand, I usually start checking the computer and making a list of things I’d...

It’s good to be home but you know, the body simply isn’t made to be walking on white sandy beaches one day and crunching through icy snow the next. But at...

Last night we had old friends over for shish kebab and Armenian lamb pizza called Lahmajoon. The conversation was lively and after we caught up on general goings-on and ever-developing hobbies,...