Wending our way West
29 August 2017 | Buckle Island and North Haven, ME
We did visit Thuya Gardens overlooking Northeast Harbor early yesterday and found them as beautiful as we had remembered (see picture). After lunch on board we made our dinghy outboard happy by filling its tank at a neighboring marina, one of two we have found in Maine that offers ethanol-free gas, and then departed. We anchored yesterday afternoon off privately owned and uninhabited Buckle Island, along with three sailboats. The island's owners allow visitors so we beached the dinghy on shore this morning and hiked around the small island. Highlights were great scenery and a series of fairy houses left by previous visitors. After lunch we continued west toward Camden and moored for the night off North Haven village, where we had a truly excellent meal at the Nebo Lodge restaurant that we have been meaning to try for several years. Tomorrow we will head for home.