Monday, August 25, 2014
Guess where we went today? Morse's is a one-of-a-kind combination of small, iconic German restaurant, charcuterie, delicatessen, and sauerkraut maker who uses a hundred year old recipe. If you want sausage, cheese, crackers, or odds and end of assorted sauces and mustards; this is your place. Plus you can get a wonderful meal.
I restrained myself and only bought a pound of pancetta, a half pound of seven year old cheddar and some bratwurst. The total including the meal and tip was $73!
Saturday was another short road trip. Down in Thomaston there is a Maine prison store. There are woodworking facilities at the prison for use as occupational therapy. Some of their better output is available for sale.
This ship model is about three feet long and sells for about $10 per inch. From there we came back by Dorman's, of course, for some ice cream. Then we took a back road into Camden and ventured down a short trail on foot for a wonderfully pleasant view of Curtis Light.
At the end of the trail is "The Log". It makes a nice seat from which to view the lighthouse and the Camden harbor. In the picture below Eleanor Roth is holding down the west end of the log.