Augusta, Rockland, Brunswick, Augusta

May 11, 2007 23:45 – 23:45

This morning, we decided to head east to the coast in search of lobstah. We didn’t see any of the roadside lobstah shacks on Route 17. We did stop to take a look at the 2nd oldest canal system in the U.S. When we got to the coast, we decided to have lunch at the Off Shore restaurant in Rockland. We both had the lobstah. After that, we spent two hours at the Farnsworth Art Museum in Rockport. There was lots of Warhol, Andrew Wyeth, and James Wyeth.

Following the museum, we headed south on Route 1 towards Brunswick. That was when we discovered where all of the lobstah shacks were hiding. Note to self: Route 1 is the place to find lobstah shacks.

We headed back up 95 and 295 to Augusta, and pretty much set our minds on having dinnah at the Longhorn Steakhouse. Only… there was a 40 to 50 minute wait. We decided to walk next door to the Comfort to the 99 restaurant. We both had the prime rib, and it was pretty competent. The highlight of the dining experience, however, was their house cabernet sauvignon (Beaulieu Vineyard Coastal… which I’d never heard of.. a Napa Valley winery).

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