A beautiful and serene week spent on North Haven Island, off of mid-coast Maine . . . is there ever a more beautiful time than mid-September??
The small village at North Haven’s ferry docking.
We rented a beautiful home on a 52-acre peninsula at the end of Crabtree Point.
Crabtree Cottage was a beautiful home-away-from-home.
Our home included a beautiful infinity pool, patio, poolhouse, and fire pit.
Kayaking on one of the many sunny afternoons.
Moonrise above Crabtree Cottage.
The view on the ferry ride to North Haven Island.
Holy Donuts in Portland was a worthwhile stop on our way up the coast.
This historic building was transformed into a community pizza parlor on the weekends, and a gourmet market during the week.
The outdoor fireplace was perfect for marshmallow roasting.
We took a day-trip to explore mid-coast Maine, including a visit to Bowdoin College in the town of Brunswick.
I always make sure to drink plenty of blueberry soda when in Maine 🙂
A long dock to the kayak launch.
Late in the day on Mile Long beach at Reid State Park, all to ourselves.
A tomato bar – better than a candy bar! – at Portland farmer’s market.
North Haven Island is very quiet, especially after Labor Day.