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Midcoast lens: Rockport's steeped in fall colors, traditions

By Susan Mustapich | Oct 13, 2019
Photo by: Susan Mustapich At Miller Farm in Rockport, open 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., over the Columbus Day weekend, pumpkins, large and small, hay rides and apples are a fall tradition. The farm is located on Main Street, now a back country road.

ROCKPORT — From Rockport Harbor through Simonton Corner, Main Street was draped with color Columbus Day weekend.

The view of Ragged Mountain to the west from Miller Farm in Rockport. At the mountain, chairlift rides to view fall foliage colors run Sundays in October, 9:30 to 1:30 p.m. with boxed lunch available. From 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Sundays, Ragged Mountain Ski Club holds pancake breakfasts. (Photo by: Susan Mustapich)
Bright red leaves and a blue sign are mirrored in the colors of kayaks in the background at Rockport Harbor. (Photo by: Susan Mustapich)
Photographers were everywhere in Rockport Harbor October 11, focusing on the views. (Photo by: Susan Mustapich)
Wolf River apples, a baking apple that is large in size, are in abundance at Miller Farm, on trees planted in 1921. (Photo by: Susan Mustapich)
Reverend Ralph Miller and his great grandson Xavier at Miller Farm in Rockport. (Photo by: Susan Mustapich)
Reverend Ralph Miller started growing pumpkins about 10 years ago on the Rockport farm, which has been in his family for generations. (Photo by: Susan Mustapich)
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Comments (1)
Posted by: Mary A McKeever | Oct 13, 2019 13:40

Great pictures!

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