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This rental had everything we were looking for.  A great kitchen, lots of lounging space, amazing views, and a two minute walk to the beach.  Another great advantage is Wells is less than a hundred miles from Boston...less than two hours door-to-door when the traffic is clear.

Food is, of course, a huge part of the weekend.  For lunch, some of us went in search of the ultimate lobster sandwich.  We found a pretty good one at the Fisherman's Catch a few miles away.

For Saturday's dinner, Irfan cooked up an amazing Indian spread.  Incredibly, all of us still managed to find room for pie :-) We would post some of the recipes if we could convince Irfan to share them :-)

Day 2:

One of the reasons we rented this unit was the view.  The entire back of the house looks out over the Wells marsh.  Depending on the time of day, the tide can bring the water almost right up to the property... along with all kinds of wildlife.

After a day of lounging on the deck watching the tide, we had worked up quite an appetite.  Even though some of us had lobster for lunch yesterday, the lobster dinner (for those of us who don't mind ripping into our food) is one of the group's Columbus Day weekend traditions. 



Maine 2006


By Wan Chi Lau

We have a tradition of going up to Maine for Columbus Day weekend.  It used to be Monhegan Island, but we started stopping further South...mostly because we didn't want to drive that far.  Last year we rented a place called the Rock House in Ogunquit.  This year we found a great place in Wells, Maine.


Other Trips....

Spring Outing:

1. The Gear

2. The Onyx Hotel

3. Hiking the North End

         The Freedom Trail

         Faneuil Hall


         The neighborhood


Winter Outing:

1. The Gear

2. Heading to Jackson

3. The Inn

4. The Outing


Photography by Wan Chi Lau
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