Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Camden, Rockport and Salt Water Farm

Fall is, besides summer, the nicest time in Maine – a unique time with the charms of the foilage. This year, the fall has been warm and dry, providing plenty of opportunity for hikes and trips to the coast. Here are some photos from a recent weekend trip down the coast to Belfast, Camden and Rockport. In Rockport, I finally checked out Salt Water Farm Market Café. Unfortunately I made it between lunch and dinner time, but I was still invited to take a peek into the restaurant. Beautiful place with a great patio and a scenic view of Rockport Harbor, and unlike other places, still quiet and quaint, off the beaten (and loud) path of Rt 1. My late lunch was finally had at 40 paper, a beautiful roasted beet pizza. On the way home, I dropped by Salt Water Farm, the farm at which farm to table workshops take place.
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