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Windjammer Days 2010 in Boothbay Harbor

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You’re standing on our top deck, and the Harbor is a churning mass of small vessels . . . Fishing boats, sail boats, tour boats full of passengers. Kids in row boats and dorys.

All of a sudden, someone spots the first prow to appear from behind Spruce Point in Linekin Bay and gives a shout. ...

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What to do in Boothbay Harbor?

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People are always asking, “But Gee . . . What do you do in Boothbay Harbor in the off season?

Jay Unger & Molly Mason.

Well, glad you asked.

For example, 0n the 10th of April, Susan and ...

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A Maine Winter, 2010

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While Mother Earth and her sadist lover, Winter, beat up the remainder of the East Coast, I’m happy to say that so far the Winter in Boothbay Harbor has been almost enjoyable.

How often does DC have to negociate daily life through a meter of snow, and in Boothbay Harbor the sun is shining and it’s a balmy 48 degrees. This, however, is not a case of schadenfreude. Other people should shovel snow once in a while, too.

So why come to ...

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Boothbay Harbor Artists

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Remember last blog I said “Art, Art, Art . . . You can never have enough good Art”?

Well I meant it. In Boothbay Harbor (and yes, East Boothbay, Boothbay and West Boothbay, too) we have some extremely talented artists, many who keep their galleries open in the off season.

John & Lynne Seitzer of Joy to the Wind Gallery.

Today I want to feature John & Lynne ...

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Winter at the Welch House Inn

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Winter is great at the Welch House Inn. It’s quiet. It’s pretty.

Snowy Islands from the Welch House Inn.

Snowy Islands from the Welch House Inn.

I grew up in New England, and let me tell you that even if you didn’t spend your youth driving around wicked fast on the ...

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