On Monday, we drove south to Wiscasset, the actual town the Moda fabric line was named after. Another pretty spot, with lots of antique and gift shops. We wanted to eat at Red's, a well-known lobster shack. It is tiny, with outdoor seating, but so well known that a line forms and stretches around the corner.
While we were wating, I glanced up above the umbrella tables and saw this sign:
Maine-ly Sewing, a quilt shop! I went in for a quick visit while Mr. Main Street waited in line to order lunch. The shop is pretty small but with a nice selection. I bought a specialty ruler there, only to find when I got home that I already had one. Not the first time that has happened to me!
And as it turned out, the lunch was well worth the wait. The best lobstah roll evah! I mean it, if you are in the Wiscasset area you must go to Red's Eats. If you are fortunate, the line will move quickly and your companion will wait while you run into Maine-ly Sewing.
I'll leave you with this picture of Camden Harbor, taken from Mount Battie.
We stood on the hill and watched the Windjammer cruise boats motor out of the harbor then hoist sails - beautiful!