I’m writing this post in rather a hurry, because it’s Tuesday morning, I’ve got to get to work and I woke up and realized I hadn’t written a post last night. I wanted to share some photos with you, showing the vacation rental cottage where we stayed in Maine last week.
The house is located on Paul Bunyan Road, just north of the seaside town of Corea and I found it on Homeaway.com.
It looks beautiful here, all nestled in the trees along the shore.
This is the view from the driveway of the back of the house and the entry door. The grounds have been beautifully landscaped.
Looking from the other side of the house, this area is used by the family for outdoor meals. The kitchen is to the right and just around the corner on the left is an area that houses a grill and a lobster steamer. The building on the left isn’t available to renters (yet) and houses an extra apartment upstairs, I believe.
A bit of a disappointment, I guess, was how close the neighbors were. To my back, through the woods, was another house. We could hear and see them and all the work they were having done on their home. But it really wasn’t a big deal. (To me).
Here’s the link for photos inside. You aren’t going to believe this, but I didn’t get any inside photos. I like to take them as soon as we arrive, when the house is not full of our things, but it didn’t work out that way this time.
Standing on the staircase, looking into the living room and the incredible view out the windows here.
I loved this view!
It’s difficult to see here, but just to the left of the trees is the Petit Manan Lighthouse. Next year, I swear – I am going on a lighthouse tour from the water.
I tried to get a little closer here. But take note of all the lobster buoys. I hope I spelled that correctly. There are so many!
Our view from the porch having our morning coffee. Absolutely blissful.
I also took a short video below, at the water’s edge.
And here is someone playing with his new Scary Bird. He loved jumping from the porch to retrieve the little sucker.
Over and over and over and . . .
Bottom line: We probably would not stay here again, because of the close proximity of the neighbors and the fact that there was really nowhere to walk the dog. Although the road is fairly quiet, and I thought it would be a good place for a walk, some of the cars were absolutely flying down it, so we nixed that plan quickly.
Well, better get to work. Hope everything is spelled correctly and that the grammar is correct here. Have a beautiful day, all . . .