With friends Kathy and Patricia doing the thinking for me (ie, reading the clue sheet and making sure I turn at the right places) I was able to really enjoy the ride today. Fifty miles along the coast (mostly), through small towns and on quiet (mostly), relatively flat (mostly) roads. So much to see, so many photo opportunities, so many places to stop for coffee and/or other treats - lobster, anyone?
Our only SAG stop was at the Nebble lighthouse, in MAINE!!! It doesn't seem possible that such a short time ago we were heading out along a beach in Florida, but here we are. Lovely motel tonight and tomorrow we will be in Freeport, home of LL Bean and our last rest day.
|Leaving Hampton - overcast and chilly|
|Drawbridge in New Hampshire|
|Rhododendrons in Maine|
|Stone church at the top of one of those pesky "terrain features"|
|Old train station in a "museum" of old structures, it was being renovated so we couldn't get very close|
|What a GREAT place to ride!|