Sadler House

Sadler House

Rockland, Maine

Midcoast Maine Spring Fun

As we head up Route 1, our excitement builds. We’re finally going to see Sadler House again, heading right into the Maine spring after being absent the entire fall and winter. “Where do you want to eat dinner tonight?” I ask the boys. Rockland has become their second home after all these years, and they are full of opinions. After discussing the many kid-friendly options in town, the boys settle on The Waterworks Restaurant. The free popcorn may be giving those folks a little edge.

People always look at us strangely when we say we’re heading to Maine for spring break. The easiest way to explain it is “We have to do spring cleaning at the house,” but the truth takes a little bit of convincing. In reality, we love being back in Rockland at the onset of mud season, when we can get a last glimpse of the snow my kids pine for in Virginia and see the crocuses arrive. The Maine spring may not feature all the charms of summer, but it has plenty of advantages. Many of our favorite places in town will be open, but few will be sustaining the crowds of summer. Visitors may be largely absent, but local friends abound. We are nearly guaranteed to run into people we haven’t seen since August. You can hardly go anywhere in town in the quiet season without seeing people you know.

As the car heads up our favorite stretch of the journey (the “almost there” part) we talk about the plans we have for the week. There are so many ideas flying around that I’m pretty sure we won’t get to all of them. Looking back now on the week, I’m impressed with how much fun we squeezed in, even if a few ideas got tabled for our return in June. So what is there to do in midcoast Maine spring?

The answer: A heckuva lot.

Maine Maple Sunday

Maine Maple Sunday - Maine Spring Fun

Simmons and Daughters in Morrill, ME

The day after we arrive is Maine’s traditional Maple Sunday event, statewide. On this day, the sugarhouses and other community locations across the state host a wide variety of fun activities celebrating the flowing of that spring sap and the delicious treats it provides.

After consulting local friends, we decide to head to Simmons and Daughters. The drive from Rockland to Morrill is really scenic in a way you would never experience the Maine countryside in the winter. When we get there, cars are all up and down the long road leading to the sugar house.

The joint is absolutely jammin’.

There are fat flakes falling in the sunshine, as we approach the festivities. Despite the brisk air, happy people are crowding every outbuilding on the property and eating maple hot dogs and other treats from local vendors. We stand in one short line for a free ice cream sample with maple syrup. Then we get in another to buy what turns out to be just about the best maple syrup I’ve ever had. We also score some delicious maple cotton candy and some maple hardcandy to take home.

We end up back in the car with muddy feet, sugary treasures, and a plan to have pancakes for dinner. Then we head toward Belfast, stop for some hot coffee, and enjoy the trip all the way down Rt. 1 toward home.

Rheal Day Spa

Maine Spring Fun - Rheal Day Spa

I’m rather overly relaxed and am not ashamed to show it.

There’s a joke that goes around, that being mom on vacation means doing dishes with a view. Luckily, we have a dishwasher, but it’s true that Mom often ends up sacrificing her own relaxation on these family trips, just to make sure everyone else has fun. This time, I’m determined to finally use a gift certificate I’ve been hanging onto. It’s for Rheal Day Spa and I made sure some “me time” happened this visit by booking myself a facial for Tuesday morning.

I’m so very glad I finally got into this extremely popular local spot to really see how wonderful it is! I’m not one who splurges on a lot of spa services, but I have had facials at big spas in New York City and also in the D.C. area. While the experiences are uniformly good, Rheal is something special. Even though they have a busy roster of local and visiting clients, you really feel the intimacy and relaxation there as soon as you walk through the door.

Rheal Day Spa - Maine Spring Fun

 

I’m provided with a robe and flip flops in the cozy changing room and directed to a sunny sitting room in the back, where I pour myself some green tea. Soon the owner, Rhonda Nordstrom, appears to usher me in to what turns out to be a luxurious and peaceful facial. I try to be quiet and relax like normal people, but I can’t resist chatting her up a little and hearing about her business. One of the key pieces of info I glean from her is that she has her own skincare line, and I am lucky enough to take home a couple of samples of the wonderful products she has apparently applied to my thirsty face.

I really should do this more often.

I’m so happy I took this time out for myself on a Tuesday in March, and I leave the comforting embrace of the day spa feeling hydrated, relaxed, and pretty determined to do the same thing again next year! I highly recommend anyone who needs a little TLC or “me time” or “mom is done” time make an appointment in advance of visiting and experience the day spa, themselves. You can read all about the services and various lovely products they offer at their website.

Owls Head Transportation Museum

Maine Spring Fun - Owls Head Transportation MuseumOne thing Rockland is rocking all year is the art scene, and the perfect Maine spring activity is visiting the state’s many fascinating museums. Last year, I convinced my then-eight-year-old to spend the morning with me at The Farnsworth. This year, my eleven-year-old is the one hoping for a museum trip, so his dad takes him to one of his very favorite places: The Owls Head Transportation Museum. I can’t even count the number of times we’ve visited this spectacular place and, if you’ve never been, I predict it will exceed your expectations. Whether your interest is in vintage planes, trains, automobiles or…gypsy wagons… there’s something at this wonderful place for you. It’s also enormously kid-friendly, offering a special area where kids can try out a beach wagon and other climb-in vehicles.

The guys have a typically spectacular visit and are excited to hear that the Hemmings 2018 Great Race City Stop will be happening when we’re next in town. They’ll be back!

Shopping

Browsing stores is a perfect activity for a chilly March day, and we are here for it!

Antiques and Vintage Finds

Maine Spring Fun - the Rockland Marketplace

This book is at our house, now!

While my oldest and his dad are wandering the museum, my youngest prefers to accompany me on a different type of vintage appreciation expedition: our nearby antiques markets.

Our first stop is our mainstay, The Rockland Marketplace, which is just literally around the corner from us on Rankin St. From the time we moved in, this has been our go-to spot for finding everything from a dresser to a coat rack, and we’ve landed a number of other delightful smaller items you will find sprinkled throughout our house.  With over 50 dealers under one roof, this place can occupy a treasure hunter for simply hours! My son and I check out every corner and leave with a vintage LP of a cappella tunes and a 1950’s copy of “Into the Maine Woods.”

Maine Spring Fun - Antiques, Etc.

Antiques, Etc.

We also cross the street to check out the newly-opened Antiques, Etc. and are delighted by this airy, attractive space, as well. I am loving the beautiful old wood floors. Both of us stop to peer through binoculars standing in the windowsill, facing the harbor. We don’t leave here empty-handed, either. I head out with three vintage Nancy Drew hardbacks, wishing I’d kept mine from so many years ago!

It’s hard to believe so much vintage goodness exists just 2-3 blocks from us, on foot! There’s even more on Main Street for further exploration, but we are antiqued-out for the day.

Handmade Crafts and Wooden Treasures

Maine Spring Fun - Maine State Prison ShowroomThe next day, all four of us venture out to one of our favorite stores: The Maine State Prison Showroom. To anyone unfamiliar with midcoast, it’s important to explain that this wonderful store in Thomaston is the outlet for the many gorgeous woodworking and craft creations of inmates in the Maine prison system. They make these beautiful items, you buy them, and the proceeds go back to supporting their program.

I am a huge fan of the cutting boards, and I actually buy extras to bring to people as gifts during the holidays. The boys always bring their allowance and end up going home with handmade trucks, cars, and airplanes. Every time we visit, there are new and clever items, ranging from tableware to Christmas ornaments to games. We even bought a beautiful luggage rack there (and you are invited to stay with us and put your luggage on it!)

Maine Spring Fun - Maine State Prison Showroom

We are always in the store longer than we expect and walk away with a treasure trove to take home with us. The service is helpful and friendly, too. You can read more about everyone’s great opinion of this place on Tripadvisor!

Candlepin Bowling

Maine Spring Fun - Oakland Park Bowling in RockportNow we’ve spent most of our mad money, but there are still fun family activities on the horizon that don’t cost an arm and a leg! After wanting to try this for ages, we finally get up to the locally famed Oakland Park Bowling Lanes in Rockport. I have quickly found that folks who grew up in the area also grew up having fun here, since it’s been around for over 55 years. As soon as you step through the door, the feeling of community is obvious. Right by the coat rack, you can see pictures of record holders on the wall. Even with only a few older folks bowling on this weekday (when local kids are in school) it’s a friendly and welcoming place.

The man behind the counter helps us get the right shoes and explains the rules of the game to us, since I’ve never done candlepin bowling and Dan hasn’t since he was a kid in Massachusetts. Apparently, this special kind of bowling is native to New England, which is why I didn’t see it growing up in other regions. The pins are tall and thin and the balls are conveniently small for the kids and also easy for us to lift!

Maine Spring Fun - Oakland Park Bowling in Rockport

Arcade old school…

We proceed to our lane, past vintage arcade games like Pac Man, which get the boys super excited. The next 45 minutes or so of bowling are a great family time. Our nine-year-old almost takes first place, beaten only narrowly by his Dad. It’s such a fun, low-pressure activity and I wonder why we haven’t done it sooner.

Once we’ve played through our entire game, the boys each get some change and play on their first real full-size Pac Man game. I’m drowning in nostalgia.

We reluctantly return our shoes and head out saying, “We’re definitely coming back here. This place is awesome.” The nine-year-old helpfully suggests we should tell all our guests about it.

On the way home, we stop for a cupcake at Three Dogs Cafe in Rockport which now actually has four dogs! We admire them playing in the yard. It’s a perfect finish to the afternoon.

Date Nights

This week isn’t complete without the parents getting a couple of great grown-up restaurant nights. The boys are tired and happy to stay home for two nights with their favorite babysitter, so we set up two dates for ourselves.

Ada’s Kitchen and In Good Company

On Thursday, we start by checking out the hoppin’ new bar at Ada’s Kitchen on Main Street. The beer selection is excellent and we get the most delicious cheeseboard. The pastas coming to the diners there look incredible and we think longingly of coming back here for a meal. However, we are off to another location!

We finally are able to take advantage of one of the “Food Journeys” offered by In Good Company. These are a series of prix fixe menus created along a theme each year and served only on Thursday nights. This year, the dinners are based on Melody Wolfertz’s favorite cookbook authors, and the subject of this evening’s dinner is Carol Field.

Every seat appears taken, and we sit down to our two requested spots at the bar. The wine is excellent and the meal is lovely from start to finish. Every bite disappears. Then we have the good fortune to have a friend stop by at the end to have another glass of wine with us and catch up. It’s a wonderful evening enjoying town.

Long Grain, the Drouthy Bear, and Fog Bar and Cafe

The next afternoon, the boys cheer the return of the babysitter and we take the opportunity to finally (FINALLY!) get up to Camden to try Long Grain. Everyone in the midcoast has raved about this wonderful restaurant, and we easily see why. Thank goodness for reservations: the small and unpretentious dining room is absolutely packed. While we’re waiting for our table, numerous hopeful couples appear and are regretfully told there are no available tables for hours. Takeout is booming, as well. We see many people pick up their dinner at the bar and take it away.

Overwhelmed by the delicious options on the menu, we start with jasmine tea, pork dumplings and spring rolls. I want to take a picture, but I feel massively uncool doing so in such close quarters with the other delighted diners. After the appetizers, we move on to Ramen and Yakisoba noodles. Against the odds, we eat ALL OF IT. We leave saying, “When can we return?” I want to eat every single thing on the menu.

After dinner, we stop in to finally see The Drouthy Bear. The mood is jovial and we score a spot at the bar, where we watch the bartender amaze people with a card trick. He’s in a great mood despite being extremely busy. This is clearly a favorite and cozy local spot and we’re really impressed with the incredible whiskey selection. We could stay here all night, but we want to go home, park the car, and make one more stop in Rockland.

Fog Bar and Cafe is always a favorite place for us to end the evening. They’re playing Casablanca on the wall, and little white lights twinkle above the bar. We enjoy a glass of wine (me) and a cocktail (Dan) and have a fun chat with two men sitting next to us at the bar. As we exit the front door, I snap a photo of the marquis at The Strand Theater all lit up, and we quicken our pace to beat the cold rain showers home. We don’t quite make it, but this last stop in town was well worth getting a little soaked – especially with a warm house and our couch waiting for us.

Kid-Friendly Kudos

Our tales of the Maine spring break week wouldn’t be complete without a thanks to the restaurants that make our lives easier by being so darn nice to our kids. In our experience, the servers of Rockland are amazing. They easily handle our pickiest eater, our kids’ offbeat plating requests, the need for crayons, and the occasional outburst of less-than-perfect behavior and they always make the four of us welcome. This week we had that usual stellar treatment from Trackside Station, The Waterworks Restaurant, Rock Harbor Pub, Archer’s on the Pier, and The Home Kitchen Cafe. You can definitely feel good taking the kids to all these local favorites in any season!

Maine Spring Break Over and Out

By Saturday, we have to face the reality that it’s time to wrap up all our spring cleaning projects and pack for departure.

It’s been another amazing week and, as we close the door behind us, leaving the house to our April and May guests, we are already dreaming of the wonderful things we’re going to do when we return in two months.

…and June is another story.

 

Vacation in Maine Like a Local

I’ve always felt like there are two types of travelers in the world. There are those who are perfectly fine with being tourists, and then there are those who prefer to travel like locals, keeping a low profile and seeing the soul of a place. Admittedly, vacationing like a local is a bit of a contradiction, and it can be tough to pull off. After seven straight summers living and traveling in Maine, these are our best tips on how to vacation in Maine like you live there! Disclaimer: it appears that we spend a lot of time doing things that involve food.

Buy Fresh Food at Farmstands

People who live in Maine are serious about fresh, local food. Patronizing roadside stands is a matter of course and a matter of honor. More than that, though, it’s just fun! We are fortunate to have the divine Beth’s Farm Market near us. It’s a destination all its own. We end up leaving with everything from lobsters to produce to fresh doughnuts. Pro Tip: Beth’s sells lobsters on Sunday.

Vacation in Maine like a local - Beth's Farm Market

But there’s no need to make a huge excursion out of buying from hardworking farmstands in Maine. Just pull over and shop at one! You’ll be amazed at how great they are. Read more →

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Vacation Rental Owner Advice: Top Tips

Some of our most popular posts have been those giving vacation rental owner advice. For people dreaming of starting their own vacation rental, tips on budgeting, furnishing, and running that rental can be worth their weight in gold!

We don’t have all the answers, but we’ve shared some! Check out these articles to get started:

Planning Your Vacation Rental

Budgeting for your Vacation Rental : Make sure you’ve considered even the expenses we didn’t initially think of! Learn from our mistakes.

ChoosiVacation Rental Owner Advice - Sadler Houseng Vacation Rental Furnishings : Sensible and beautiful can be one and the same. Learn to choose the right palette and the right furniture to please guests and protect your wallet.

Decorating your Vacation Rental : Once the basics are in place, the fun stuff begins! Linens, furniture, and more.

Designing a Bunk Room : Guess what? You can really screw this up! Get our tips and avoid the close calls we had while choosing the furniture for this very popular space.

Running Your Vacation Rental

Cleaning Secrets for your Vacation Rental : If you’re not cleaning your own house, how does that work? Read our best tips for keeping your cleanings on track and your guests delighted.

Vacation Rental Maintenance Checklist: Sometimes you need more than a routine turnover cleaning! Read about what we do during our visits and, minimally, on an annual basis.

Creating Your Own Furnishingstray table hack

Industrial Coffee Table : Our most popular post to date! Build your own beautiful coffee table using plumbing parts.

Tray Table Hack : We use these transformed tray tables throughout the house and they have performed like champs!

Custom Coasters : Encourage guests not to leave rings your fabulous tables (you can try!) These are adorable and easy to make.

Make Useful Vacation Rental Signs Free Printable of No Smoking Sign

Coastal Non-Smoking Sign

WiFi Password (Cabins)

WiFi Password (Beach House)

We hope this vacation rental owner advice will help you as you pursue your own dream home.

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Bake it Happen for Cancer Research!

At a time in life when so many of my friends lament getting older, I’m starting to feel pretty darn grateful. So many friends and acquaintances have been touched by the tragedy of cancer. With great care, some prevail. Others are not so fortunate. Hating cancer and the toll it takes on family and friends is one thing we can all agree on right now.

This month, the women behind the Bake it Happen campaign asked me if I’d be willing to participate in a fundraiser for metastatic breast cancer research, and even before I found out that it involved cupcakes, I said “absolutely!” All I had to do was bake some delicious goodies, share my photos with family and friends, and for every photo I posted of my baking project, the Bake it Happens sponsor would donate $5 to The Cancer Couch Foundation. Read more →

Midcoast Maine Fishing Trips Made Easy

Maine is known for its wealth of outdoor activities, so it can be intimidating when you grew up sort of an “indoor” person and then begin spending time in Maine. I was never a camper and didn’t have a lot of family hiking experience as a kid. I don’t know how to sail and never had friends with boats. You know what else I’d never done?

Fishing.

Midcoast Maine fishing trips can be easy to plan! Find out how to do it hassle-free and have a great family day.When our 8-year-old son began asking about learning to fish, we balked. My husband had never fished, either, and we started off by buying him a silly fishing rod Dan saw on the internet and going down to our neighborhood lake in Virginia. The rod became hopelessly tangled after five minutes and no fish were caught.

I started thinking how there must be so many places near our home in Maine to do just this, but I didn’t know who could help us. Putting aside the obvious problem that we don’t know how to fish, we also had no boat, no fishing licenses, no gear…and no idea how to obtain some of these things. Sure, we could have done lots of internet research and gone to sporting goods stores. Still smarting from the last fishing rod failure, however, I knew that was not going to work out. Having a solo successful midcoast Maine fishing trip seemed pretty unlikely.

Maine Outdoors Saves the Day

Luckily, I stumbled upon Maine Outdoors on Twitter and followed the links back to Don Kleiner’s site. Lo and behold, while Don takes out very experienced fishing enthusiasts and is a Master Maine Guide, he also helps inexperienced novices like us, via his fantastic offering of a half-day family fishing trip.

Contacting him through his site was a piece of cake, and I was able to easily reserve our trip on the day of my choice through his online reservation system. Shortly thereafter, he was in touch via e-mail with all the preliminary details. Namely, all my husband, father-in-law, and two boys would need to do was show up at the appointed location at Megunticook Lake at the reserved time. They didn’t need gear, licenses, or even bottled water for staying hydrated!

Midcoast Maine Fishing Trips

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Vacation Rental Maintenance Checklist

Every spring break, while Virginia is bursting into bloom and people are getting out their shorts, we pile into the car with boxes of supplies and luggage and start the 12 hour drive to Maine. When we get there, it’s often raining and there’s almost always snow on the ground. It’s not exactly the average person’s dream spring break getaway, but it’s our chance to do vacation rental maintenance on our home, which has seen many guests since our last visit at the end of the previous summer.

Why do we insist on spending a week at our vacation rental each  year during what is commonly referred to as “Mud Season?”

Well, beyond the fact that we love seeing friends we’ve missed since August and visiting restaurants we haven’t gotten to eat in since last summer, there’s checking up on our house. While we certainly could hire our wonderful cleaning service to do a deep cleaning, there are some things only the owner can really take care of. Namely, you’ve got to walk in with the eyes of someone who left the house months before, and start spotting things that are not quite right. Read more →

Find the Best Midcoast Maine Beaches

One of the first questions I get from first-time visitors to midcoast Maine is “where are the best midcoast Maine beaches?” Although there are lots of midcoast Maine beaches, finding just the right one for you and your kids can be tricky if you aren’t in-the-know. It’s taken me a couple of years to find the most convenient, fun, and relaxing beaches in our orbit of the midcoast. Plus, naturally, your ideal beach will depend on what you and your family most like to do. Therefore, I’m going to tell you about some best bets in our area. This isn’t all the midcoast Maine beaches, by any means, and I hope others will share their favorites in the comments.

I’ve included a map here to help you locate all of these spots. The addresses are pretty vague in some cases, due to their locations off of major roads, but plugging the name of the beach into your navigation will often help you pinpoint the parking areas more precisely!

To get started, here are my top five go-to sunning spots, plus one everyone else loves, but we have yet to visit.

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Midcoast Maine Food Trucks and Shacks

Watermans Beach Lobster TableAs much as we all love a great restaurant meal, it’s no secret that some of today’s greatest food is being served through a window. There is no place where this is more true than in midcoast Maine, where lobster shacks have long been a huge draw for visitors and a way of life for locals. There’s more than just lobster to be had at these casual spots, though. Nowadays, visitors to the midcoast of Maine can find every type of cuisine from Thai to tacos being sold outside. For visitors who want to enjoy the weather, or who are on a budget, or who just can’t stand barking at their kids through one more seated meal, a lobster shack or a food truck can be a godsend.

Here’s the thing, though…how do you locate these little gems? So often, the informal addresses or teeny tiny nooks where these great places are located make them tough for the visitor to find. I’ll be the first to admit that I hate looking like an idiot, driving around and thinking “Is this that pier? Is that the alley?” It has taken us a couple of years to scout out all the good pass-through-window food in Rockland and we still have some places to check out.

I’m going to make this easy for you.

Buoy Park, Rockland, Maine

Buoy Park in Rockland – a great place to eat!

What follows is a list (by town) of the midcoast Maine food trucks and shacks I’ve been able to find out about in the areas around Rockland, Camden, Rockport, and South Thomaston. Then, to make your life less awkward, I’ve plotted all these elusive little gems on a map, which you can use to find them without embarrassing your From Away visiting self. I hope this gives you the courage to patronize some of these delicious establishments. Eat like you’re in-the-know and enjoy!

In order to fully take advantage of the food truck and food shack offerings, though, you need to understand a few unwritten rules. The main one is that these hardworking folks have basic hours, but those may change day to day due to weather or other random circumstances. This is what they need to do to stay in business, so just take advantage of their social media postings and, when in doubt, call them! The hours I’ve listed below are probably correct, but I cannot guarantee them.

Midcoast Maine Food Trucks and Food ShacksThe other plea I would make to you is to be nice. Sometimes they’re mobbed and sometimes they’re not. I’ve seen visitors get super crabby about waiting a little extra time for their order or not getting their straw. Every one of these people behind the window is working in a hot, small space and churning out the best food they can at the fastest rate they can manage. If your order is a little long in coming, enjoy the view and be cool. It’ll be worth the wait. If you want to get a feel for the enormous challenges of managing a place like this, I highly recommend 16 Lessons I Learned After My First Year of Owning a Food Truck by Malcolm Bedell, owner of ‘Wich, Please and blogger at From Away.

Or you can just take my word for it.

Please note that most of these food trucks and food shacks judge opening and closing by the prevailing weather each year. Wherever I have noted “seasonal” you can assume that means roughly late May to early October, but during those times you may want to double-check to see if they are open.

Disclaimer: I realize this doesn’t cover all midcoast towns and cities. Just managing this area was a good initial challenge! Listings south of Damariscotta are a work in progress.

With that said, let’s start at home base, shall we? Read more →

New in Rockland, Maine – 2016!

New in Rockland - 2016If I’ve learned anything about Rockland, Maine in the time we’ve been here, it’s that it will constantly be changing. I thought a lot of new things had happened in 2015, but posting a round up of what’s new in Rockland for 2016 is an even bigger task!

Fond Farewell

Change is good, but it’s still sad to say goodbye to some of the old businesses that made way for the new. Most notably from our point of view, favorites The Thorndike Creamery, The Blackboard Deli, Comida, and The Brown Bag are no longer with us.

The good news is, some very exciting new people have come to occupy a few of the old spaces. Furthermore, there is a spectacular new art attraction in town for me to tell you about. Without further ado, here are some wonderful new developments coming in downtown Rockland, Maine! Read more →

Wi-Fi Password Sign For Cabins – Free Printable

I have never been the camping type, despite my long stint with the Girl Scouts. Sure, I did my share of slogging through the woods and sleeping in tents, but I’d really prefer a well-furnished cabin than a campsite by the lake. I’m a grown-up now and I get to decide!
WiFi Password Sign - Free Printable

Some would say it’s not a vacation if you take your computer. My husband, however, actually left on a ski trip once with two laptops and no clothing in his luggage, so you can see what side of the argument we are on.

Still, many luxury vacation rentals happen to channel the pleasures of cabins in the woods without sacrificing the modern conveniences. If yours is just such a cabin, I’ve got the wi-fi pun for you!

Wi-Fi Password Sign for Cabins

Download and print this just so you can make your guests laugh – and they will be laughing (instead of crabby and crying) because they will be able to access your wi-fi. I’m sure the Girl Scouts have some sort of “Connectivity Skills” badge, anyway.

Click here to download the sign. You can either scrawl in your password with a Sharpie or use a free photo editor like Pickmonkey to easily add your password using type. Anything goes, as long as people stay calm and log on!

Do you happen to need a wi-fi password sign for a beach house? Try this one!  We also have a coastal-themed “No Smoking” sign.

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