At the end of every summer (since the age of 11 that is) my family and I make our way to Ogunquit Beach. Now, being 19, it has become a tradition marking the bittersweet end of summer. This year the trip was a little shorter than the others, but we still made the absolute best of it. My boyfriend tagged along this time and we had a blast. Not only was it fun to have him around, it was nice to have someone be my personal photographer/stuff carrier haha!
Our first full day was started with a trip to The Maine Diner. Which always has the most delicious breakfast. My family and I can vouch for the deliciousness! After breakfast we spent the next portion of our day at the beach; as expected, I mean it is a beach trip after all! Ogunquit beach is both a beautiful and clean beach. Quite the perfect combination. The only down fall is how packed it can get on a nice day; hence the lack of beach shots. But that never stops us from enjoying our trip!
Shortly after our time at the beach, my boyfriend and I made our way to the Marginal Way. Which, let me tell you, is absolutely gorgeous. My pictures do it very little justice, but a quick Google search can easily prove my point. In short, the Marginal Way is a 1.25 mile walking path along the coast of Ogunquit, Maine. The shoreline along the path is wrapped in huge rocks and beautiful plants. The path leads from the center of town to Perkins Cove. Perkins Cove is little fishing cove filled with candy stores, toy shops, and local food joints.
Sadly every trip has to come to an end. This trip signifies the end of summer fun and the beginning of school and responsibilities. As much as I love when the seasons change, summer will always hold a sweet spot in my heart. I hope you all had a lovely summer! I’m pretty excited for fall and all the fun fall themed blog posts that will come along with it.