Per the beach parking lot as of Sep 9th.
Parking at the beach will continue to cost $15 and not the usual $25 up until Columbus Day give or take however after 4pm it is free.
Stores are still all open with sales going on.
The beach store will be open until Nov 4th this year I was told by the manager.
The new Bakery located behind the restaurant 98 Provence is now closed for the season. The breads and pastry were outstanding.
The East Restaurant in Wells, on route one, runs a Sunday buffet with at least 30 different dishes to choose from starting with two different types of soups and ending with dessert, tea was included, all this for only $12.90 per person.
Prices for rooms have come down drastically, we paid just about half price for our room this weekend then we did last weekend.
Perkins Cove was very busy Sunday the 9th despite the cloudy weather while the village was very light with traffic. Sun came out late in the PM and we sat on the beach for a few hours enjoying the high waves.
A new fishing boat tour is now available in Perkins Cove, don’t have much info since I didn’t pay to much attention to it except that I commented to the wife that it seemed expensive.
Sunday morning we had the village to ourselves it was fairly quiet, breakfast was at the Cove Cafe which was busy. Sun turned into Clouds at around noon to one pm, we started to head home around 2pm going through York and stopping for lunch in kittery, all in all was a relaxing few days.