By Sheryl Julian, Globe Staff
“HARPSWELL, Maine — A great blue heron flies low over several houses close to Casco Bay, then across the water and off again. It is one of the only distractions in a place of hardly any noise.
Along this southern coast, west of Brunswick and east of Boothbay Harbor and Camden, is Harpswell, a group of finger peninsulas and over 200 islands that include Great Island (Sebascodegan), Orr’s Island, and Bailey Island. In spite of the names, the peninsulas are connected by bridges. Harpswell Inn is located on Harpswell Neck, the peninsula closest to Brunswick.
The inn offers plenty of places to contemplate the water. Dick and Anne Moseley bought the 1761 house seven years ago…”
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