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Jun 24, 2018 - Sagadahoc cg

We drove on to Bath and back down towards Georgetown and decided to go over to Five Islands seafood to try clams. You order and sit at picnic tables overlooking the beautiful harbor. The clams were good but a bit gritty.We returned to Sagadahoc campground since we had already paid for it and used their dump station. We had a nice site looking out over a huge cove with an lighthouse on an island about a mile away. The tide goes way out and a guy walked back in dragging a tub with 100 lbs of clams. He sells them to markets in the area. Later,...

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Jun 18, 2011 - Sagadhock Campground

After a wonderful night of sleep where the only sounds one hears are the crickets, birds and loons, we took it very easy today. We are in what “feels” like a very remote area on these finger-like peninsulas jutting out into the Atlantic. We are perhaps 20 miles north of Portland, just outside of Bath, ME. Amazingly, we discovered after doing a little exploring today that remote is not a word one would use to describe this area. There are people dotted all over this area, and it appears most of them live here year around. The people who run...

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Steele summer 2011

Jun 17, 2011 - Georgetown, Maine

We got up early, did some laundry, and departed in the rain. We had an uneventful trip to an isolated campground on the coast of Maine. Looks like Maine activity here is clamming. We do not have cell service but have limited internet. I tried to get the dish working tonight but failed again. We have one TV channel but that is enough. We plan on exploring the coast area tomorrow. Bill If you want to see Bill frustrated, watch him try to get the dish working. Then again, I would be upset too after 2 hours and no success. Where's Brian when we...

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Steele summer 2011



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