Wordless Wednesday: Random Downeast Maine Photos

For today’s Wordless Wednesday, I’m sharing more Downeast Maine photos from my recent camping trip. There’s always something interesting to see when you visit Downeast Maine!

This photo, taken on our way home at Lamoine State Park, was popular on Facebook.

Lamoine State Park

Wordless Wednesday (8.14.13): Random Downeast Maine Photos by Jennifer Barbour

Our campsite had a tree in the shape of an M, for Mom.

m tree

Wordless Wednesday (8.14.13): Random Downeast Maine Photos by Jennifer Barbour

The Polar Treat, in Perry, had a unique menu.

ecclectic menu

Wordless Wednesday (8.14.13): Random Downeast Maine Photos by Jennifer Barbour

Can your dog do this?

weird position puppy

Wordless Wednesday (8.14.13): Random Downeast Maine Photos by Jennifer Barbour

Not the sign you want to see at the beginning of a trail.

red fire ants warning

I’m going to go with not worth the gamble.

gamble

Wordless Wednesday (8.14.13): Random Downeast Maine Photos by Jennifer Barbour

Does the head form in the window freak you out too?

really bad antiques

Do you see the heart shape in the fire?

heart fire

Wordless Wednesday (8.14.13): Random Downeast Maine Photos by Jennifer Barbour

Our “private beach” at our campsite.

kids in water

Wordless Wednesday (8.14.13): Random Downeast Maine Photos by Jennifer Barbour

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  1. says

    That one with the head in the window? The name of the store there cracks me up: “Really Bad Antiques” haha.
    Great photos! It looks like you had a great time while down there. One of these days maybe I’ll have time to get back on the bandwagon…though with teaching and graduate courses, yikes, haha.
    Good to see you, though. :)

    • says

      I liked the mom tree too. It’s how we identified our campsite. :)

      And we actually did walk down to the beach through fire ants. We thought by skipping the woods we’d be okay. Apparently not. Luckily (sort of) it was cold and rainy so we were protected. We found a different path back up that led us away from the ants and we did a quick check before getting into the car to get rid of stragglers on our shoes. It was an adventure!
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  2. says

    Yes, I see the heart in the fire and the “M” in the tree! I see the head in the window too, but I’m pretending I don’t. Yup. And irony about the boat named “Gamble” being a bad gamble.
    You’re killing me here – three more weeks of summer and all I want to do is go to Maine. I’m getting much worse about the end of summer as I get older. I think it’s from having kids.
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    • says

      Ha! We just had to laugh at the tacos. The seafood at the ice cream stand makes sense in Maine. Not sure where the tacos and dough boys came from. The heart was really cool to see. Maybe it was a message. :)

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