ChezSylvia Travels: Ogunquit, ME

Marginal Way

I forced myself to take three days off of work this week and disappeared off into Maine.  Ogunquit, Maine to be more precise.

Perkins Cove Drawbridge

Gorgeous little coastal town that is full of character.  I can see why people who come here keep coming back, and people I talk to about Ogunquit have nothing but great things to say about it.  I am so glad Cape Cod didn’t want me this weekend, making me explore other options and discovering this little gem.

Quick trip notes:

I decided to try something new.  I brought along a new little travel picture buddy.  Think Amelie and the adventures of her father’s gnome.  His name is Oliver, and he is very photogenic.

Oliver on the Beach

Sometimes taking a wrong turn leads to amazing surprises.  I took a wrong turn while driving through Kennebunkport, and ended up finding the jaw dropping views of Ocean Drive.  I think President Bush has a house there.  I think I found it accidentally.

Kennebunkport_panoramic

Marginal Way is by far my favorite place to be.  I must have walked that path twice a day every day.  One day, I will get old and perch myself on this one bench I’ve decided had the best view and reflect on the awesome life I’ve lead so far.  One day…

Marginal Way

Sunrise is my favorite time of the day.  It was 40 degrees out the morning I ventured out to watch the sunrise over Maine.  Completely worth it.

Sunrise

For all of the photos that made the cut, go HERE.  I had a really hard time picking which ones to put on this blog.

Oliver on Marginal Way

Ogunquit Beach

Ogunquit 2014

Surfer

Oliver goes sailing

Oliver at Kennebunkport

Sailing

Sailboat deck

Perkins Cove Drawbridge

Norseman Resort at sunset

Ogunquit sunrise

Sunrise on the Beach

Perkins Cove Window

Rowboats

Sailing Ogunquit

Until next time…

Oliver_sunrise

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About chezsylvia

Engineer during normal working hours...photographer, baker, cook, runner, crossfitter and traveler the rest of the time.
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