Searsport Shores Ocean Camping Blog

Fort Knox and the Penobscot Narrow Bridge is about 15 minutes from the campground in Prospect.  Last night Marie and I attended “Business after Hours” sponsored by the Bucksport Chamber of Commerce…what...

Spring is coming quickly.  Already we’re hearing song birds at the feeders every morning and every ski feels like it might be the last…so we schedule our work so that we...

Peace.  It does not mean to be in a place where there is no noise, trouble or hard work.  It means to be in the midst of those things and still...

There’s going to be a Harbor to Harbor paddle next week…so Roy decided to train a little bit, and he was kind enough to take these pictures as he went along. ...

On Tuesday, June 8, at 7 p.m. at Curtis Hall on Church Street, Charlene Knox Farris will give her first talk since being named the official historian of Searsport. The topic...

Yesterday, friend and camper Douglas wrote on my Facebook wall… How about that light snow, this morning – followed by gale winds, still continuing? I never know what to expect when...

Did you know there are 2200 lakes in Maine?  I can’t even find the number of ponds…and then there are the rivers and streams…Bucksport and Orland are two towns about 15...

After a stretch of gray, sort of warm days, we’re back to the bright blue skies that characterize our January/February months…actually one of my most favorite times of the year.  It’s...

Columbus Day Weekend is our traditional fall clean-up weekend and the annual festival in town…Typical for our coastal weather we enjoyed warm sunshine, cold winds, rain and glorious sunrises…I think the...

It’s written in stone, I get the Friday of Common Ground Fair off…someone else must man the campground because I’ll be in Unity at 9:00 AM waiting for the gates to...