Belfast Waterfront Park

Turkey Tracks: June 19, 2020

Belfast Waterfront Park

On a beautiful June morning AC and I made a quick trip up to Belfast to get a few things I can’t get locally around me, including locally produced one-pound blocks of raw butter, which freeze well.

I have been a member of the Belfast Coop for many years now, and I always enjoy shopping there. With the virus, the Coop wasn’t opening until 10 am and with an hour for “compromised shoppers” shopping, so AC and I had a little walk along the waterfront park, which just gets prettier and prettier.

Here is where the Passagassawaukeag River meets Belfast Bay, which is an inlet of Penobscot Bay. The resulting estuary is beautiful, and Belfast has been working hard to make a beautiful trail that runs alongside the river for some distance up the river.

AC had a little swim in the tiny beach along the river:

Afterwards, we walked a bit to dry him off before I did my shopping and we came home.

Author: louisaenright

I am passionate about whole, nutrient-dense foods, developing local markets, and strengthening communities.

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