I took a call today from Elaine about her upcoming reservation, and she was so enthused about the fireplace where she stayed last year that I just had to go and look up her accommodation. She’s so right! That fireplace in Gray Gull I is fascinating, full of glittery bits and surprises poked in among the larger fieldstones. Shown here are pictures of the fireplace, and a picture OF a picture of the fireplace, gentleman fishers and all.
And of course I do believe (I’d better check) it’s the oldest on the property, going back to 1916. Gray Gull I and II evolved out of Green Camp, which was the original main lodge here at Migis. The common living room was the gathering spot for the eight sleeping rooms that shared it. One of my favorite bedrooms is here, too, tiny and cozy and made for piney dreams.
Give Scott and Robyn a call at 207-655-4524; we may have those perfect Maine vacation dates you’re hoping for!