We finally crossed the Piscataqua River into Maine
(the 28th state we’ve visited in our motor home) this morning enroute to the York Harbor Inn,
owned by one of Debbie’s closest childhood friends, Jeannie Dominguez, and her husband, Joe.
They have done a truly spectacular job on the original building, including the transformation of the lower level into a tavern and lounge, finished to resemble the below-deck of luxury sailing yacht, with hand-crafted mahogany and other exotic woods … and the Harbor Crest Inn, once owned by the founder of the Moravian Tile Factory (Doylestown, PA).
Heading north from York, we began to see more and more fall foliage colors, although they were still muted due to the overcast sky.
We arrived at the Wild Duck Campground in Scarborough, one of the prettiest campground we’ve ever visited.