Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Outdoor Wednesday

imagePlease join Susan at  A Southern Daydreamer for Outdoor Wednesday. I was outside but then went inside. Hope nobody minds!
On the way to Camden, we stopped in Wiscasset, ME known as the prettiest village in Maine. It certainly is right at the top of the list. We parked a little bit away from our destination so I could take pictures and  window shop. We had some time before the restaurant opened and we went into a wonderful wine and stuff store called TREATS.
The walk to the store was really pretty. The last of the summer in Maine.
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Now, I know it’s Outdoor Wednesday but you know when I can see Emma Bridgewater Pottery through the window, we’re going in! The selection of pottery was wonderful – beautifully arranged I wanted one of each. Someday. We looked around and took some pictures.  I will go back. L1010043

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A few more pictures then off to Sarah’s for Lobster Quesadilla!
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On the way to Sarah’s Red’s Eats is across the street. Red’s has been featured on PBS and their lobster roll is the best I have ever had. However, a few years ago I was introduced to Sarah’s.
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Stay tuned for more!


14 comments:

Brenda said...

I have always yearned to visit Maine. Especially in the fall to see the leaves. The food here looks scrumptious!
Brenda

Sunny said...

Maine is such a lovely state, I think it's time to take a trip north.
Wonderful pictures, so inviting.
Sunny :)

Maggie B said...

Oh Carol! (Hey, that would make a great song title don't you think?)
You know that I am with you every step of the way on this trip. I love Wiscasset but have not tried Sarah's yet. Are you in Camden yet?
a bientot
Maggie

rosecottagegardensandfarm said...

What lovely images of Maine! What a wonderful walk to the shops. It is early morning, and the lobster is making my mouth water.

Have a lovely day!

Debbykay @ Rose Cottage Gardens and Farm

Mary said...

What lovely images you've chosen to share with us today. I love them all but the lobster quesadilla stole my heart. Have a great day.

ellen b said...

Oh now this is my kind of day visiting a great town like this and eating good food! :0)
I have one of those mugs...the one with the robins! Happy O.W. to you.

curtissannmatlock said...

Lobster Quesadilla--that is sooo funny! I loved seeing the quaint small town, just lovely. Thanks for sharing.

Ebie said...

Lots of delicious food! Maine is beautiful!

CollectIn Texas Gal said...

Lobster Quesadilla!!! Here is Texas we have lots of TexMex Quesadillas...but never have I heard of putting Lobster in one. I guess when in Maine....It looks yummy! What would we do without tortilla's? Thanks for visiting CollectInTexas Gal and my Mama's Kitchen post...Sue

Bill said...

Hi Carol,
I very much enjoyed seeing all your beautiful pictures of the shop, flowers, restaurant, and mouth-wateringly delicious-looking treats!

Great Outdoor (and indoor) Wednesday post!

Bye for now,
Bill

Heidi said...

Hi Carol,
I love the pictures, it's so pretty there! I've always wanted to visit Maine, but haven't made it yet. Also checked out some of your earlier posts, you take such lovely shots! I found you through Pink Sat. - come by and see me sometime. I will link to you this weekend!
have a great one -
Heidi - Heart and Home

diana said...

I love Wiscasset and Sarah's. I have not had a lobster quesidilla... had a shrimp one in Portland though! Great pictures

Mary said...

Well this post is certainly mouthwatering - that lobster quesadilla looks amazing! Haven't been there but it's on the list for next time!

Also Emma Bridgewter china - another reason to shop as it's so hard to find around here.

Everything looks fabulous - enjoy!

storyteller at Sacred Ruminations said...

What a fun Outdoor Wednesday post filled with photos from the EAST coast and tantalizingly delicious food! Guess I should eat some breakfast.
Hugs and blessings,

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