Christmas Prelude :: Maine Winter Getaway

A History of Christmas Prelude It was the early spring of 1982 when Henry Pasco called a meeting of business people for the purpose of discussing ways for the business community to give thanks to the residents of Kennebunkport and Kennebunk for supporting them. Henry suggested a Christmas Festival of some sort to create a
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Lobster Boats in a Row :: Maine Activities

Here is a fantastic photograph of lobster boasts in Cape Porpoise Harbor.  The picture was taken by Bob Dennis, a part-time resident and photographer of local scenes.  Bev and I really enjoy venturing out to the Cape with our personal guests.  The harbor, boats, lighthouse, fish pier and historic building all combine for that “quintessential”
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Goat Island Lighthouse :: Maine Tourist Acitivities

Cape Porpoise is one of the most picturesque sights to enjoy viewing and photographing when visiting the Captain Lord Mansion, a romantic bed & breakfast in Kennebunkport, Maine.  Cape Porpoise is a delightful fishing and lobstering village situated a couple of miles east of the Port.  From the pier in Cape Porpoise you catch a
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The Franciscan Monastery in Kennebunkport :: Maine Tourist Activities

This is an aerial view of the Franciscan Monastery grounds.  From the spring through the fall, there are some easy walking trails that border the Kennebunk River and provide nice scenic views of the river.  Also, the sloping lawns and gardens around the monastery building itself are quite nice for ambling and relaxing.  The monastery is open
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“Wedding Cake” House in Kennebunk, Maine

The Wedding Cake House located in Kennebunk, Maine The “Wedding Cake” name was applied to the house due to its wedding cake-like appearance. Legend developed that the busy Bourne, a sea captain, had done the carpentry work to atone for not having taken his bride, Jane, on a proper honeymoon. This was not the case.
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