Today was all about Myah! We don't like leaving her in the RV alone all day if we are able to have her tag along with us. I use an app called, BringFido, to find dog-friendly establishments around the country that welcome dogs. The number 1 activity that came up in Kennebunkport was the Seashore Trolley Museum. I read that your dog is even allowed to ride a trolley, so off we went. They tout themselves as being "the first and largest Electric Railway Museum in the world". Their collection ranges from restored trolley cars built in the 1880s to a streetcar built in 1977 with several in between. It was a very interesting place to spend a couple of hours. Pat really loved the history and learning about the components and mechanical workings of these large artifacts. We both enjoyed seeing all of the old ads displayed on the cars from the era in which these trolleys ran. Myah was like a child and wanted to jump onto each trolley to explore in her own way.
We rode a vintage trolley from the early1890's. We went back in time to a simpler way of life as the trolley took to us to a small park that was reminiscent of a place that the trolleys would take city passengers to get away from the summer heat. Myah was the perfect passenger and enjoyed her time at the museum!