|Here at York Harbor Beach, low tide is spectacular and the view provides a straight shot to the Gulf of Maine.|
Just before The Piscataqua Bridge to New Hampshire is York, Maine. And I am always happy to have an excuse to go to York (the Yorks to be specific), especially off season.
The southern Maine coast is very different from Mid-Coast and Down East Maine. While points further north have a great many peninsulas, islands, inlets, protected harbors and are just rockier in general, southern Maine has far fewer outcroppings and has instead its dramatic sandy beaches.
Stonewall Kitchen Headquarters/Company Store/Production/Cooking School, and the famous Nubble Lighthouse. And of course, York Harbor is known for its grand (late) 19th century Shingle Style houses.
Vintage or kit car? I vote for kit – the wheels and tires are the wrong size, and the rear fender and tail lights are suspect.
It is incredible that a lovely town like York can be only about 6 miles away from the cacophony of the Kittery Outlets. Although I must confess, I do occasionally stop by the Barbour and Orvis outlets (although never in the summer), which fortunately are right next to each other.