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Stephen-KarenConn Says: The West Quoddy Head Light, which stands on the easternmost point of land in the continental United States, reminds me of a Christmas peppermint candy cane with it's distinctive horizontal red and white stripes. It is the only candy-striped lighthouse in the U.S.A. The first...
We were in Lubec at noon on a Sunday and choose to stop at Uncle Kippy's. We ate lunch along with several locals on their way home from church. The food was good and the servings were generous. I ordered a special from a luncheon menu .... there was a wide choice of specials.
Favorite Dish: I ate some broiled crab cakes that were very tasty. My husband had a seafood plate and found the servings most generous.
Written Jun 15, 2005
Address: Lubec, Maine
West Quoddy Gifts, a small locally owned and operated gift shop, is the only one we saw in the vicinity of the East Quoddy Head Lighthouse. It is not in a business district but adjacent to the shop owner's house in a residential area, on the road that leads from Lubec to the lighthouse. It is about one mile from the entrance to Quoddy Head State Park.
The 480-square-foot shop is open year round and they also do a mail order business. They offer a good selection of unique local crafts, their own design of T-shirts and sweatshirts, plus lots of souvenir items. We bought a couple of keepsakes for our collections and enjoyed doing business with the friendly folks.
Updated Jul 11, 2007
Address: 16 Loon Lane Lubec, Maine 04652
Favorite thing: Too many to list....
Fondest memory: Slow down...Hear the ocean on the shoreline, smell the salt in the air, view raucous seagulls, with eagles soaring overheard, lobster boats bobbing, panoramic vistas, lighthouses, and homemade ice cream within walking distance of a freshly made plum bonbon.
Written Sep 9, 2004