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Camden, ME

We visited the charming village of Camden today where many retired CIA agents have retired.

Looking down on Camden

Going Sailing

The windjammer Schooner Olad was built in 1927 and is 57 feet long

Owner/captain Aaron has lived in Camden all his life. He has meticulously restored the Olad.

Under sail.

Curtis Island Lighthouse. Built in 1896.

This Pinky Schooner was build by a local period furniture maker. He used plans for an 1860 ship all the materials, fittings and building techniques are true to 1860. She took 11 years to construct and it was the first and only ship he has built.

Over the bounding main with Patricia and Paul. What a wonderful sail.

Boy, I need a wider lens
We caught a good breeze and are heeled over now. The compass is level.

Other Windjammers in Camdan harbor.

Testing Linda's hypothesis. 

Had a lobster roll at the Camden Deli. It was good, but not as good as the one I had at Kimball Farm  I will have to continue to test Linda's hypothesis that they are the best.

1 comment:

  1. Looks like you are have a great time as always!!!