Ogunquit Cliff Walk… part 4

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It’s amazing how many different things you see when you turn around and head back the same path.

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Beautiful coastline walking south, beautiful coastline walking north. It never gets old.

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Wish I could say the same for my hairdo which was looking a bit worse for wear after battling the constant wind.

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Sparse lone trees.

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Craggy, rock filled shores.

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Oceanfront backyards.

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One desecration of nature, because humans can’t help being destructive.

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The Atlantic Ocean.

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Strategically placed benches.

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The Cliff Walk has it all.

To be continued….

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24 thoughts on “Ogunquit Cliff Walk… part 4”

  1. I’m in total amazement at the homes right on the coastline. Their backyards will always stay lush and green because of the ocean being literally in their backyard. The moisture helps with that I’m sure and they look so beautiful. Maybe I just need to move up east……🤔. But not sure I could afford it….lol.

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    1. Maine is an expensive place to live. Real estate is astronomical and anything near the water? Untouchable. We were lucky to find our place when we did. A few years later it was valued twice what we paid and all we have are puddles.

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