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David A. Dudley 4/7/47 – 7/30/20

David A. Dudley 4/7/47 – 7/30/20

The Ocean Point Inn family shares our heartfelt sympathy as we still struggle to absorb the sudden loss of David A. Dudley. David is dearly missed by his fellow Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity brothers as well as his Ocean Point Inn family & friends. So many have...

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Ahhh, Monhegan!

Ahhh, Monhegan!

Twelve nautical miles off the Maine coast and a step back in time, Monhegan Island is a tranquil gem that you don’t want to miss! NOW is a great time to visit Monhegan Island, to explore the cliffs, or just relax by the water while eating a lobster roll at The Fish...

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Chef Michael Whitney

Chef Michael Whitney

It warms my heart to write this Blog post! As we all look forward to Opening Day and to another great season at Ocean Point Inn, we have some news that will surely put a smile on your face. You may have seen him walking around the lounge or dining room, checking in...

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Don’t You LOVE A Good Maine Diner?

Don’t You LOVE A Good Maine Diner?

Food trucks, restaurants & cafés. Diners, drive-ins & dives, oh my!  Maine has its share of them all, but the local diners are a favorite of mine! From Southern Maine all the way up the coast and inland as well, old school diners are gathering places for...

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Lights, Lights & More Lights!

Lights, Lights & More Lights!

Boothbay shines as a favorite summer vacation destination, but is alive and all aglow in December, too! Four years ago, in December 2015, I attended Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens inaugural “Gardens Aglow” light display with 150,000 lights shining brightly. We took a...

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Blushing Blueberry Barrens

Blushing Blueberry Barrens

Cherryfield, Maine is the self-proclaimed “Blueberry Capital of the World!” Located in Washington County, Cherryfield wasn’t always known for wild blueberries, though. It was named for the cherries that once grew along the river banks. The smaller blueberry barrens...

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