So this weekend is a four day weekend because of Rosh hashana, Shana Tova to you. Since Matthew didn’t have school we planned a fun road trip up to Maine for a few days. We usually go in November but going in mid September had more things open.
We drove from NYC to Ogunquit, Maine. It was a looooong 6 hours driving but so worth it.We stopped for lunch at Wild Willies for the juiciest most delicious hamburgers and fries.
As soon as we got our things into the room, Matthew wanted to walk down to the beach, so of course we did. But first we stopped in our favorite shops along Main Street.
After the beach, we just walked and looked for seashells, we grabbed dinner at the Village Market. And had calm afternoon before we headed to bed.
After breakfast, we went for a walk down main street again where Matthew bought a Lobster lollipop at the Harbor Candy Shop, he was also able to watch them make chocolate. And he choose one small toy at Animal Instinct. Meeting up with his grandparents we drove to Dover, New Hampshire to go to Salmon Falls, a pottery shop. Everything they have it’s microwaveable, Oven and Dishwasher safe. (We have just about everything in our own kitchen and we highly recommend it).
After we drove to Kittery, Maine to get pieces of Matthew’s Costume and shoes for the family.
Since it was now after 2 and we hadn’t stopped for lunch we drove straight to Wiscasset, Maine to try out Red’s Eats for Lobster Rolls and Annabelle’s for Homemade ice cream before heading back to our hotel room.
After Breakfast we went on Molly the Trolley, which I don’t recommend because this particular driver spewed anti- LGBTQ while we drove around town. So I wasn’t particularly happy but thankfully we were at the end of the tour. We went to pack the car and head for the road. Before he got onto the highway though we had to take Matthew to York, Maine for salt water tacky at Goldenrod Kisses.
We hit a few stores in Newington, New Hampshire and stopped to get lunch, otherwise it was a pretty uneventful day.
… see you in a few months Maine 🙂