The cold snap that's finally descended on Connecticut (just in time for my return from Anguilla...) reminded me that I never posted about our walk along Marginal Way in Perkins Cove. This was our last morning there - we woke up to rain lightly pattering off of the leaves outside our window and perfect grey Maine skies. I was secretly psyched to have a cloudy, dreary day - something about a moody morning in the fall always makes me think of Maine.
We headed out from the B&B with two hours until breakfast, determined to complete at least a decent chunk of a hike along the coastline in Oguinquit. We were so taken aback by the stunning views - Marginal Way is the most picturesque view I've ever seen of Maine's rocky coast. The walk has plaques along detailing the research they've done about the rocks, etc - some date back over 15,000 years! Definitely a must-do if you visit Southern Maine.
There were a ton of adorable little breakfast nooks we past on our way. If the owner of our B&B wasn't such a fantastic chef we wouldn't definitely stopped by. Next time we'll make a detour :)