Ohio --> Boston --> Kennebunk --> Boston --> Ohio
That would be the order of destinations over the past few days! Boy oh boy what a great trip it was!!
We spent a good amount of our time eating and walking. When we weren't doing that, we visited neat places like The Old North Church, the Harbor Walk, the Wharfs, Harvard, North End, Beacon Hill, Quincy Market, the Commons, etc... there was so much to do! Not to mention, the city is the most beautiful city in the country, historically rich and amazing! (:
(Look how far the squirrel is stretching his little leg just to get a nut)
(Part of the Harbor Walk located by the Wharfs in North End)
On Monday, we traveled from Boston to Kennebunk, and made some pit stops along the way. Besides the many restroom breaks, we stopped at the liquor/lottery store in NH on 95, where we tried our luck with some lotto tickets. I think altogether we won $40 (that's exciting, because we NEVER win stuff)! We then traveled on and took Route 1A right up the beautiful East Coast (Maine mostly) on the very twisty roads. We stopped at Perkins Cove in Ogunquit, Maine and visited the neat shops, and then climbed the rocks on the coast. They also had a neat bike/walking trail that ran along the coast, but we preferred risking it and climbed those beautiful rocks! I highly recommend visiting, the view was beautiful!
I don't think it gets more beautiful than this!
This was about the closest that we could get. They probably have netting and stuff surrounding the compound in the water. It just seems to easy to get there, and is SO close to the road.
(Met up with Daddio - he biked there because he is practically Neil Armstrong, not to mention he just about beat me there and I was driving)
We then dined at a neat restaurant that overlooked the water.
The next day we headed back to Boston, took care of some things (or didn't), and then we began the 12.5 hour trek back to Ohio!
What an amazing and very productive trip to New England! I will certainly be going back soon!! (: