_For a couple of reasons we left the Elks at Rockland (but we’ll go back soon) and moved to a campground at Waterman (just 10 miles down the coast). The reasons for the move, we would be right next door to a beach restaurant that won a James Beard Culinary Award AND with the campground being right on the shores of the Atlantic,
_it has ALL the hook-ups…can you believe we need to empty the tanks again? One thing we liked about Miller’s Lobster House is its VERY informal atmosphere, using plastic table clothes on old picnic tables and plastic forks….how good is that ??? Well it was good enough that we decided that Miller’s Lobster House was the place where we would celebrate our 51st wedding anniversary.
_We’ve enjoyed a lot of lobster already so we decided to order 4 pounds of steamed clams followed by some yummy homemade pie. Millers offers soft drinks but advertises for all to BYOB if you want something else, so we brought a bottle of white wine to compliment our clams.
_We also had a great opportunity to explore further down the coast from here and guess what we found? Boats everywhere…all unloading their catch of lobster at one of the many co-ops.
_Well here we go again. With one of our insulated bags in hand, we walk down the gang-plank with cash in hand and negotiate the price of 6 1 1/4lb really fresh lobsters. Ok, $24…we’ll take them off your hands