Two days ago, J.J. discovered that there was a cut in Honu's macerater hose. We located a repair shop in Wells Beach who then referred us to one located 38 miles away. Tony, the service manager was very efficient and had one of his mechanics inspect and take down specs on replacement parts. We have a 9:00 am appointment on Saturday. This will give us a full day to tour around Kennebunkport tomorrow.
We saw Anjon's Fine Italian Cuisine and Fresh Maine Seafood sign in the middle of Scarborough Marsh. Noticing the number of cars in the parking lot, J.J. drove in.
Danielle, the manager of the restaurant, was our server. She was cheerful, friendly and full of life. When I asked if I may take her photo for my blog, she willingly grated more cheese so that I can take "natural, unposed" shots.
Established in 1964, this restaurant was an unexpected good find for us. My eggplant parmigiana served on Glutton Free bed of pasta was excellent. 1/2 of the large portion was enough for my dinner as well.
For details of this charming restaurant with impeccable service and great food, go to:
We are staying in Bayleys Camping Resort in Scarborough. 5 mph speed limit within the camping ground is safe enough for me to use the road to get my walking exercise. This afternoon, I was able to talk to a couple of my friends while I completed a 5 mile walk.
Aloha -- Cathi