DAYS 6-7: THE “CYCLING LEGS” KICK IN FROM BOOTHBAY TO BATH (MY HOME TERRITORY) (MaineToday.com)

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Posted: September 17, 2014
Written by: Mike McDermott – contributor – mcmikedermott@gmail.com

When I last wrote I was just packing up my stuff at the Boothbay Memorial Library after spending a quiet rest-day afternoon getting caught up. That evening we had the big shore dinner right on the waterfront in town. There was beer and local oysters for appetizers, and then the ‘Maine Course’: lobsters, steamers, corn, potatoes, onions and eggs all steamed together in big piles of seaweed over smoldering wood embers. Plus, a whole table of salads on the side… It was delicious. After dinner we headed up to the Boothbay Opera house for the night’s entertainment – The Holy Mackerels and The Boneheads. The crowd was really moving by the end of the show, and the groove continued onto the bus back to tent city – people were singing along to ‘Chicago.’ I’m pretty sure a full scale dance party would have broken out among the tents with the slightest provocation.

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