Good morning and happy Fall! I am back from a wonderful adventure to Maine. It was my first time visiting both New Hampshire and Maine and I am sure that I am not the first to say this but I will anyway, I could move there tomorrow.
Both states are beautiful, laid back, filled with friendly people, picturesque villages, scrumptious food and tons of history.
We were there for business but tacked on almost a week of extra days to explore and it was heaven. No agenda, just long days wandering aimlessly along the coast seeing one more beautiful place than the last.
There are already trees turning beautiful shades of red and orange and I would guess that we are weeks away from what is considered "peak season." Perhaps those were the early birds.Whatever the case I am sure that it will be beautiful over the next few weeks.
The weather was perfect, sunny days and cool evenings.
As you know lobsters are everywhere, as is any other seafood you can think of. That was lucky for my husband as he is a huge fan, me not so much. Don't worry though I did not starve, I managed to find many treats to eat and if you follow me on Instagram than you were able to see them.
Have you been to Maine? New Hampshire? I know several of you live there or have houses there, what are your favorite towns to visit? Places to eat?
Do you have any "must see" places to visit? Have you been to any of the islands?
As I mentioned I fell in love with Maine, my husband has always liked it and has often spoke of buying property there, and by the end of the trip we were looking at real estate. We did not buy anything yet but one never knows.
I hope that you have a great day and a wonderful week! I am looking forward to hearing what you have to say about Maine.
|ALL photos taken by me. Pine Cones and Acorns|