Acadia National Park Itinerary for 2 Days of Boomer Fun

Maine offers plenty of things to do for active boomer travelers. But to experience the best of Maine, you’ll want to follow this Acadia National Park itinerary for two days of hiking, lobster eating and exploring coastal Maine from someone who’s been there and done that. My Itchy Travel Feet featured writer, Debi Lander of […]

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Maine Windjammer Cruise: Glamping on Penobscot Bay

If you’re looking to relax and unplug, a Maine Windjammer Cruise is the answer. My Itchy Travel Feet featured writer, Debi Lander of ByLanderSea, says it’s like “glamping on the sea.” Read about her experience on a 3-day schooner cruise that explores the beautiful Penobscot Bay, courtesy of the Lewis R. French. My boyfriend, John, […]

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lighthouse on rocky coast

Exploring Portland, Maine on a Boomer Road Trip

Do you need travel tips for exploring Portland, Maine? With its expansive rocky coastline, charming seaside towns, and of course, the state’s most popular delicacy, the lobsta’, Maine has an almost mystical status. Exploring this picturesque state on a boomer road trip is a great way to see Maine’s charming seaside towns, but when it […]

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Lobster roll in Ogunquit

Romantic Boomer Getaway in Ogunquit, Maine

Is a trip to Ogunquit, Maine on your boomer to do list? It makes a romantic getaway or fun-filled trip filled with gorgeous coastline, fabulous food, great people and of course, oodles of opportunity for active boomer travel. If you’re looking for the “real” Maine, you’ll want to definitely go off the beaten path to […]

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Maine clambake

Retracing Maine Travel Memories

Have your boomer travels taken you to Maine? Alan and I haven’t had the pleasure of visiting The Pine Tree State yet. But after reading today’s Maine boomer travel tips from Brette Sember, author of The Parchment Paper Cookbook: 180 Healthy, Fast, Delicious Dishes!, we’re packing our bags. Don’t miss the recipe at the end […]

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