The small 1 hour long trip went great, only a couple of prop trap clusters (albeit densely populated) to maneuver around.
Yesterday, however, was a grand day out! Hannah, David and we took the ferry from this tiny port to Monhegan Island. And here's why...
|Quick breakie before we take the ferry|
Frankly, we didn't think we'd get there. It's a fair distance away and, once there, not a very protected place for the boat. Then I noticed, "Hey, lookie at that! There's a ferry." I put that in the back of my mind, marking the place as a "what to go" on my map. And, if you recall, I mentioned this while in Rockland... and viola!
|The town of Monhegan on the island|
We stopped in after a quick hike to the other side of the island to see the cliffs. I asked to see Matt or Mary. Matt, wouldn't you know, took a few minutes to chat with me. He was tickled pick anyone would travel by boat to breweries, and was all to happy to give his recommendations.
|The cliffs on the other side of the island.|
|Oo! And we found the Tardis.|
|Sunset at the end of a busy day.|