An ocean front tour. This tour was very enjoyable with picturesque days and many interesting stops. There were over 50 cars on this tour.
T rear end used as a winch on a lobster boat
Signs we saw on the way to Maine
My wife Ellen climbing rocks
Our 14 on a sandy beach
Church built in 1750
Church cemetery. Notice the hitching posts. There were at least a couple dozen of them.
Ellen taking a break
Very nice pictures. Looks like a great tour.
Thanks for the tour. I enjoyed.
Maine is a beautiful place. I got to spend several weekends "Down East" when I was in the Coast Guard in the late 60's. Those tour pictures bring back some nice memories; I'm gonna' have to get back there one of these days. Thanks for posting them.
Is this an annual tour? That would be one to do. If so what are the approximate dates?
What a great tour, thanks for posting the pictures. Also, is this an annual tour or just a local tour?
Very Nice Dan! Thanks for posting.
Looks like a wonderful Tour group!
It is an Annual event Mainely T Tour / Downeast Chapter MTFCA,usually the first week in September.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RlwLt2_X5M0
The Mainely T Tour is always the first weekend after labor day. This was the 29th year which includes 2 MTFCA regional tours in there along the way.
In the past we went ocean one year, inland the next but we have grown so large that we need to stay places that can handle 120+ people for dinner and lodgings.
At this time we are looking at the Belfast area for the 30th. I'll also add that even though we do not discourage attendance from non-members of the Downeast Chapter, that is about the only way to get the invitation.
Dan, Thanks for posting the pictures!
President, Downeast Chapter, MTFCA
Yes, it is somewhere in Maine...but I would like to see where this tour goes and more details of the terrain. Beautiful pictures and scenes and details of interesting things. Very nice. Looks like a great tour. Thanks.
John, It was held in the Brunswick, Maine area. The driving was easy, back roads took us to interesting places.
Here is a video an onlooker took.