Captivating Camden

22 thoughts on “Captivating Camden”

    1. I kept meaning to ask you if you saw that comment – so funny that we ended up almost right in the same spot you were! We’ve managed to control ourselves with the lobster…so far anyway!

  1. This is a really nice area. We, too, stumbled on Camden. What a great town with spectacular views:) Your photos are beautiful, especially the sunset:)

  2. Oh you’re making me so excited to get to Maine! We have a week long reservation at Camden Hills SP in one of the dry camping spots in the shade. At first I was bummed that we wouldn’t have sun for the solar panels which means we’ll have to use our generator, but it sounds like we might need shade by the time July rolls around. As usual your photos are gorgeous and I can’t wait to see this area in person!

    1. I think you’ll be much happier in the shade – even though it wasn’t that hot, we had to run the AC quite a bit as we were in full sun. Thanks, and I can’t wait to hear about your time there!

  3. This brings back some great memories for me, as we visited Camden twice, staying in a cottage on the ocean that a friend offered to us years ago. It is a lovely place that we would enjoy visiting again. Thanks for the great post!

  4. We are defiantly having bi-coastal envy switching my blog reading between you & Deas in Maine and Nate and the Wandr’ly crew on the west coast and we’re chomping in the bit into Sept. when we head for the middle; AR, SD, CO, NM, AZ& TX. The road can’t come soon enough and we long to be FT’ers. Thanks for filling that space for now!!!
    Namaste, Kim & Sherry

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