A stroll down Chauncey Creek Road, Kittery, Maine

Chauncey Creek Road peels off from Pepperell Road, US 103 which runs from Kittery to York.

You’ll first stumble over the Chauncey Creek Lobster Pier (BYOB, which around here can mean either  “Bring Your Own Booze” or “Bring Your Own Boat” – I brought a squealer (0.95l) of Tributary Pale Ale..) and then the turn-off to Pocahontas Rd that leads to Gerrish Island and Fort Foster, a derelict military fort dating back to the beginning of the last century.

But if you continue down towards Seacoast Road and the public beach, you’re likely to meet Bill Hackett of the York Police Department who’ll show you where you can park without getting a ticket and tell you about places to go and see.

Not really what you expect from law enforcement officers over here…..D7K_9207 D7K_9209 D7K_9213 D7K_9215 D7K_9216 D7K_9217 D7K_9218 D7K_9309 D7K_9318 D7K_9325 D7K_9328 D7K_9331 DSCN0623 DSCN0627 IMG_9036 IMG_9037 IMG_9038 IMG_9049

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1 Response to A stroll down Chauncey Creek Road, Kittery, Maine

  1. Kate says:

    I am going to become unbalanced if you don’t stop posting these marvelous food photos which I can’t have! So jealous of your travel adventure!

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