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Sedgwick

Sedgwick

Millbrook Company: 160 Snow’s Cove Road, Sedgwick, Maine 04676, 207-359-8344, www.millbrookcompany.com  Millbrook Company was recently named one of Down East magazine’s “Best New Restaurants” in the current issue of the magazine.  Menu

For Camp Four Winds alumnae, this is the old Dippy Whip/Country View Drive-In, which CFW alumna, Jill Smith, has breathed new life into.  Open 7:30 AM to 2 PM Wednesday – Sunday, you can get breakfast and lunch.  I recently had a delicious omelet that was so big, I couldn’t finish it!  Yummy baked goods that you can buy right out of the case, order through their website or purchase at the Stonington and Blue Hill Farmers’ Markets. “Food artfully prepared for body and soul”.  Don’t miss it!

Millbrook

The breads we bake at Millbrook span the full range from our robust white boule to the dense and hearty 7-grain. We pride ourselves on using all natural ingredients–no preservatives.

The breads we bake at Millbrook span the full range from our robust white boule to the dense and hearty 7-grain. We pride ourselves on using all natural ingredients–no preservatives.

 

Strong Brewing Company:  7 Rope Ferry Road, Sedgwick, Maine 04767, 207-359-8722, info@strongbrewing.com, Thursday, Friday and Saturdays 1 – 6 PM.  Fresh draft beer – offering pints and growlers.  On the left as you take the right to follow Route 15 to Blue Hill.

Strong Brewing Co.

 

Clay Forms Pottery:  189 Rope Ferry Road, Sedgwick, Maine 04676, 207-359-2320, open by appointment year round, Monday – Saturday 10 AM – 6 PM.  Handmade porcelain serving pieces and vases by Maine artist Melody Lewis-Kane.

Clay Forms Pottery

Larry Peterson’s Maine 

Original Photography

I just have to share this exquisite website that I happened to stumble upon when Googling “Walker Pond”. Photographer Larry Peterson has created a series of galleries with breathtaking pictures of Maine in all seasons. My favorite – for obvious reasons – is The Walker Pond Series. Larry was commissioned to photograph the Pond and the surrounding countryside when the foliage was clearly at its peak in the fall of 2010. This is such a treat for those of us who know and love Walker Pond, but have not seen it in its full autumnal glory. His images are for sale and very reasonably priced. So, please have a look!

 

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Walker Pond in the fall