I've had deer steak and scallops a couple times.redneck surf and turf
next time youre in that area swing into the woodstock brewery/inn. Great food and roads how can you go wrong. Not to mention the beer tooWish I knew that in September when I was in Lincoln, NH, and taking the Kancamagus Hwy east to N. Conway!
+ 1 on that..Call it what you want, it sounds good to me, and I still want a bowl of chowder on the side....... all diets are on hold during SWIV.
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SeaDog in Brunswick is a popular stop....micro brew and good grub.Here is a little ride I cooked up. I was thinking if I manage to get there Sunday, this would keep me occupied on Monday.
It is a short run, as day rides go. Only 219 miles. First off to Lewiston ME to check out Harley stuff we really do not need at L-A Harley Davidson (that is Lewiston-Auburn). Then off to check out some Destroyers (as in Arleigh Burke class for the US Navy) under construction at Bath Iron Works. Not sure what we can see there, but it's not something you see everyday. Followed by a real opportunity to spend money on things needed or not needed at the L. L. Bean Store in Freeport (their HQ. Store is open 24/7/365 and has been since 1951). Last, one more opportunity to spend money at Big Moose Harley Davidson in Portland (I just love that name).
Somewhere along the route there has to be someplace worth eating at. I know of a place in Portland, but I figure the locals know more.
This is a longer loop up to Bangor. Might be something like it on the menu for SW. This is about 8 hours of riding.We like Jamesons in Freeport. Right next to LL Beans, east on main st.
Grittys is good for pub food and microbrew , in Freeport also. Muddy Rudder always was good for seafood. There's a lot of places to eat there, and in Portland.
L A is a nice dealership. Big Moose ok too.
Central Maine Harley in Bangor had a big slug of these tee shirts, should you be looking for one with a lobster on it
Sounds like a nice day ride to me....Not a problem finding a lob'stah shack !!!This is a longer loop up to Bangor. Might be something like it on the menu for SW. This is about 8 hours of riding.
I call it the 2 into 1 loop
US-2 all the way to Bangor, then US-1 down the coast to Brunswick, then turn inland to Lewiston, then back to the T&C.
I imagine we could pick up a good Lobster for lunch somewhere along US-1.