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Old 03-04-2006, 10:29 PM   #31
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actually the Truck by the bookstore has shrimp for .75, dads truck (not MY dad) is still selling them for a dollar
they are just as tiny and sweet as you can ask for
you can buy the Big ones in the market for a lot more, but the small ones are the flavor I remember from when I was a kid on Northhaven

anyone know the take out spot on Lincolnvill Beach?
its a bit pricey, but you can take out your lobster or clams and the kids can play on the beach (round stones on the Right, Sand in the middle, and sharp stones on the Left)

Come July 18, odds are I will be there (its my Birthday)
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Old 03-04-2006, 10:37 PM   #32
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do you mean the waterfront restaraunt?
its a good one, but also pricey, VERY fresh seafood though, and local vegetables whenever possible, almost as much as Peter Otts

when I was a kid I was bussing there, and actually had a guy send back his meal becasue it didn't smell like fish, and even though he was from the midwest somewhere (I forget where, it was over 15 years ago), he KNEW that really fresh fish smelled like fish :rollseyes:

it was a rough night, he made a real scene, and we kept laughing when we looked at him, and he was there over an hour after he got his food.

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Old 03-05-2006, 11:02 AM   #33
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do you mean the waterfront restaraunt?
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The one I'm talking about (Bayview or Bayside) is right on the dock by the water, but it is really casual...plastic trays, no tablecloths or anything. There is another one on the water that looks a bit fancier (we didn't try that one). Bayview was pretty reasonably priced, but I guess one's idea of reasonable is based on perspective! Down in this area, I'd pay a fortune for a similar meal that isn't a FRACTION as good!

I've never stopped at the place on Lincolnville Beach, so maybe we'll give it a shot this summer! I know you guys get tired of the obnoxious tourists that descend on you in the summer, but rest assured that we just come and spend too much money while being very polite! What more could you ask for?
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Old 03-05-2006, 09:10 PM   #34
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not all of us mind the Tourists
SOME of them would be horrible no matter away or at home
ok, I think I know the place you mean
Waterfront is the expensive one
this summer I am hoping to be working at a SUmmer camp up here
being both Nurse and Environmental Educator
LOTS of time to knit, and hang with the kids

but let me know
I M pretty easy to find

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