To York and Ogunquit, Maine

Today was another excellent day! Look at that sun shine! And it did not get over 80 degrees, which makes me happy. I am not a hot weather person. Road trip! This time we went to York and to Ogunquit, both very beautiful places with amazing long sandy beaches. But this time the beaches were nearly empty of people.

Long Beach, York, ME

Long Sands Beach, York, ME

The beautiful Cape Neddick Light Station (Nubble Light) is a poplar spot. The small parking lot fills up and cars circle while waiting for someone to leave. And then a bus brings in more people. The lighthouse is not open to visitors, rather we just have to look at it from afar. Some people were fishing, some just hanging out on the rocks enjoying the view.

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Cape Neddick Light Station (Nubble Light)

At Ogunqit we enjoyed a walk on the Marginal Way, a mile long beautiful paved public shoreline walk along the rocky coast.

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Marginal Way, Ogunquit, ME

Oh look! a Monarch butterfly. We just don’t see them as often as we used to.

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Monarch Butterfly

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One Response to To York and Ogunquit, Maine

  1. Lighthouses and butterflies. Two of my favorite things!

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