by: Avery Friedman
On this website you can find historical landmarks, physical features, food, and popular attractions. I hope you can learn about Maine. Enjoy this website! Make sure you read carefully, so that you understand well.
- Augusta,Maine is 1,230 miles from the Davis Academy
- it will take 19 hours and 7 min. to get to Maine by car
-the weather in April is 60 degrees Fahrenheit
-in April you would wear pants, leggings, t- shirts, and sweatshirts
Portland Head Light
The Portland Head Light is located at 1000 Shore Road Cape Elizabeth, ME. Construction began in 1781 in directive of George Washington. The tower was built from rubblestone. The light was completed in 1790 and first lit on January 10,1791. There is a museum, and at the top of the Portland Head Light, of course there is a gift shop. The light stands out from a very far distance
Donkey Deadwater is a small area with a valley, river/stream, and rocks. As a visitor you can fish, bike, hike, canoe, and kayak.This is so fun to hang out at. If you play sports you can always take a Frisbee and play!
The lobster roll is the best food in Maine. In the roll, there is tangy mayo with lobster in a hot dog bun.
Beaches, Broadway and Bargains
Beaches, Broadway, and Bargains is a 3 day tour or if you want you can read the schedule and join for certain activities. On the first day you will go to York beach. The perfect place to view the Nubble Light House. Then night have dinner at Foster`s Down East Clambake. On day two, there is a tour of Kennebunk and Kennebunkport. Drive past the beach, past the Bush estate to the Wedding Cake house. The Wedding Cake house is a big house built by a ship builder the builder based it on churches he saw in Europe. In the afternoon you take a trolly ride at the Seashore trolly museum. The Seashore trolly museum is the biggest museum in the world. After that you will see a show at the Ogunquit playhouse. The last day you go shopping at Kittery outlets. The outlet has exactly 120 stores.