Day 28 – Bath, ME to Lincolnville Center, ME – 58 miles

Another morning. Another day, and days along the coast of Maine are hilly. Once again though, the weather couldn’t have been better. I snapped a few pictures from the bridge going out of Bath over an inlet from the ocean:
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I rode along the Atlantic Coast Highway all the way until Camden, where I took a short rest in the park and watched traffic become congested as it tried to pass through the downtown area of the rather small coastal town. Tourists were easy to spot and they crowded the sidewalks, walking through the shops and stores.

After some time in Camden, a long steep hill awaited me to climb as I moved inland toward where I’d be staying the night. I stopped at a gas station to grab some food (which happened to be free) while waiting for my host to call and let me know he returned home. After he called, he gave me directions to the cabin in the woods.
It was awesome.

The rustic little cabin in the woods offered a completely quiet atmosphere to live. I thoroughly admire the location.

My host and I talked about my trip late into the evening.

Only 1 more day of biking on this tour. It goes so quickly!

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This type of flower was common around much of Maine and New Hampshire

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