Day 2 started off with coffee, fresh fruit and Michael’s famous muffins – loaded with fresh Maine blueberries. We made our trek to the Marginal Way and ended up in the quaint village of Perkins Cove where we had fresh lobster rolls. While the day’s start was overcast, the sun came out on the walk back – making the ocean a beautiful blue. After enjoying the beach, we dined outside at Frills. Greg later warned us that he doesn’t eat there out of fear that the plastic chairs will cave in on themselves. We made it out unscathed and discovered some one-of-a-kind home decor.
I’m gonna need more coffee
breakfast nook – Ogunquit Beach Inn
The Marginal Way – view from the entrance
One of the many “rock sculptures” along the way
The foot bridge at Perkin’s Cove
Foot Bridge lobster – just about as fresh as it gets
I couldn’t resist. This mug is now mine.
Definitely the most lobster I’ve ever seen in a lobster roll!
Afternoon tea overlooking Marginal Way
The sun came out on the walk back!
Jacob joined us for happy hour.
Dinner at Frills
Gorgonzola over hand-made potato chips
“Did you say they give psychic readings here?”
Parmesan-encrusted scallops with rice pilaf and parmesan mashed red bliss potatoes
Haddock with a bechamel sauce
Abacus Home Decor
The minute-hand was a tiny wavering feather
yes it is
Thibaut says: “This is what it’s supposed to look like.”