Sunday, December 6, 2015

Christmas by the sea, Take 2

Last year I accidentally stumbled upon Camden’s Christmas by the sea activities. This time, I was prepared. Unlike last year when we had had several significant snow and ice storms already, this year it was mild, almost California-like (for Maine): sunny, dry and temperatures in the lower 50s. The stores and restaurants in Belfast and Camden were buzzing with visitors making a 2-3 day holiday season trip up the coast. Visiting a quaint, magical, wonderfully lit, quiet coastline with darling little intimate villages and finding just the right unique knick knacks to buy for presents, which are hand-made by local potters or weavers or artists, not by some machine in China. Large bonfires lit on the beach, Santa arriving by boat and reading stories, and hot tea in hand-made mugs and luxury hotels. Let’s be jolly.

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getting the Christmas tree.

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