One of the mandatory stops each summer is the Bagaduce Diner on the Bagaduce River in Sedgewick, Maine right next to the small town of Penobscot. You pick up your order and take it to one of the many shady tables along the river.
The river in the background is flowing left to right into a low tide situation. At high tide the water flows in the other direction.
Below is a view of Durelle's lobster roll, my haddock sandwich and the order of onion rings we shared.
As you can see, the bun was not quite big enough for my piece of fish. It was a pretty day, with a seagull perched on top of the flag pole surveying his domain.
On the way back, after stopping for ice cream for some of us, we went down to enjoy the view from French's Point. It is a popular spot for elegant weddings. I took a shot of a particularly pleasant sitting area.