||ACADIA NATIONAL PARK, Captain D's guide to Acadia National Park
ANDERSON FARM ESTATES offers attractive rural living opportunities half an hour from Bangor.
APPEALING PUBLIC PLACES, Captain D's guide to Appealing Public Places Downeast.
Located in Bass Harbor, on the quiet side of Mount Desert Island, the BEACHFRONT COTTAGES provide quality lodging at affordable prices. Captains Quarters, a spacious, modern cottage, sleeps up to 6, right on the ocean just 40 feet from high tide! Enjoy awesome views of the working harbor, and Swan's Island, off in the distance.
BEAL'S LOBSTER PIER provides an opportunity to eat lobster on a real Maine working wharf next to a U.S. Coast Guard station.
BIRDWATCHERS STORE AND CAFE is a resource for wild bird enthusiasts and backyard naturalists.
C.A. CONSTRUCTION, Sullivan, handling projects of all descriptions.
CHERYL'S BEADED NECKLACES features labors of love by Cheryl Baker
CHILD OF THE UNIVERSE is a book by J. Thomas Ford.
DIMARCO REALTY, P.O. Box 124, Prospect Harbor, ME 04669, call 207/963-5540, e-mail.
DOWNEAST CYBERMALL lets people shop online for articles made in Downeast Maine
DOWNEAST INFORMATION, far and away the most complete travelog to Downeast, Maine
DOWNEAST KETTLEKORN, just the world's best kettlekorn.
DOWNEAST REFINISHING, lovely furniture beauttifully restored
EAST COAST PERFORMANCE, Route 184, Ellsworth, dealer in high performance auto parts, call 207/667-9709.
ERNIE'S SCULPTURE STUDIO, Rte 102, Townhill, P.O. Box 459, Mt. Desert, open seasonally, call or fax 207/288-5337, E-MAIL, browsers welcome, original metal art works, shipping, major credit cards accepted, travelers' and personal checks accepted.
FISHERMAN'S INN in Winter Harbor takes pride in its "real food done well."
FROM THE BOOTH is J. Thomas Ford's guide to DVDs.
GRINDSTONE NECK OF MAINE is a prime producer of smoked seafood.
INSIDE RIVERSIDE CAFE spotlights activities at Ellsworth's Riverside Cafe.
JAMES MAGUIRE ART features the work of a top Maine artist.
J. THOMAS FORD wrote "In Conversation With The Quantum God."
MAINE INTERNET DIRECTORY, the guide that lets you find exactly what you want Downeast.
MAINE'S OWN TREATS, Rte 3, Trenton, 68 Bar Harbor Road, call 207/667-8888, e-mail, open year round, browsers welcome, large selection of Maine food products, including homemade jams and fruit syrup, maple syrup, honey, etc. RV parking, shipping, Visa, American Express, MasterCard, Discover, personal checks, free brochure upon request.
MAINE PROUDLY PRESENTS, a comprehensive directory of wonderful items made right here.
MAINE WOODS NATIONAL PARK, Captain D's commentary exploring the debate over the Maine Woods National Park.
MAIN STREET AUTO CARE is a primo place to bring your sick car.
NAUTICA PUB, the place to go to have a good time on the Schoodic Peninsula.
OLD CREAMERY ANTIQUE MALL is an exciting group shop.
OTIS GENERAL STORE, 171 Otis Rd., 04605, (Route 180), Otis, open year round, call 207/537-5000, fax 207/537-5300, E-MAIL, pizza, sandwiches, breakfast, lunch, beer/wine, imported beer, capuccino, specialty coffees, daily specials, take-out, restrooms for non-customers, major credit cards and personal checks accepted.
PORTS DOWNEAST, cruising Ports Downeast With Captain D
REALLY SAVE THE WHALESThe Oceanarium's campaign to rescue the world's whales.
RUTH AND WIMPY'S KITCHEN, Route One, Hancock, a very popular restaurant in Downeast Maine
SEA CHANGE ART specializes in jewelry made of sea glass.
SEARCH DOWNEAST, a guide to Captain D's unique perspective on Downeast Maine.
SHAMEFULWORLDCD.COM, featuring the artistry of Katie Paquin.
SOUTHWEST BOAT can handle all your nautical needs.
SUNSET HOUSE is a lovely bed and breakfast.
TDP AUTOMOTIVE houses a Mustang Dynomometer.
THE MEX RESTAURANT is where we go for fried ice cream.
TUCKER MOUNTAIN LOG HOMES, 41 Tucker Mountain Road, Sullivan, open year round, call 207/422-3493, E-MAIL, manufacturer of fine handcrafted log homes in Downeast Maine; master logsmiths build custom log homes to your design.
UNIQUE DOWNEAST, a comprehensive directory of all that is unique in Downeast Maine.