|Maine Boatbuilders Show|
|I'm on a boat|
I really enjoyed the chance to walk on the giant yachts and luxury boats. I figure it's probably one of the only times I'll have that opportunity.
I was disappointed not to see handcrafted kayaks in the mix. As an avid flat water paddler, I'd love a chance to talk to local kayak and canoe makers. Still, it was great experience and I enjoyed learning about the local talent in boatbuilding.
After our sail aboard the boatbuilders show, Matt and I headed over to Duckfat Restaurant for lunch. This is the third time we visited this popular local eatery. Duckfat has a menu of panini, fries, and salads - most featuring gourmet ingredients. Their belgium style frites are fried in duck fat and served in the traditional paper cone.
|Poutine at Duckfat|
Aword of warning...Duckfat is a popular eatery and even groups of two should plan a 15-45 min wait on a weekend.
The boat show and Duckfat lunch was a great way to spend a cold day in Maine. Perhaps we will make it a yearly date!