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    The town sign on U.S. Route 1 notes an honor by Down East magazine. Photo by Joel Page.

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    Golfers enjoy a sunny August day at Dutch Elm Golf Course. Photo by Joel Page.

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    Vinegar Hill Music Theatre offers live entertainment in a range of genres. Photo by Joel Page.

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    A 1967 Amphicar and a 1961 VW Microbus at the Maine Classic Car Museum. Photo by Joel Page.

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    Frinklepod Farm on Log Cabin Road is named after a fictitious critter in “Uno's Garden” by Graeme Base. Photo by Joel Page.

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    A handsome farmhouse on Old Post Road. Photo by Joel Page.

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    Alpacas graze and relax at Pamelamas LLC Alpacas and Farm Store. Photo by Joel Page.

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    Very popular Bentley’s on U.S. Route 1 is “a premier biker destination with a saloon, full-service campground, motel rooms and a gift shop.” Photo by Joel Page.

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    A pretty, rustic shed on Old Post Road. Photo by Joel Page.

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    A runner passes a sign on Arundel’s four-mile stretch of the Eastern Trail. Photo by Joel Page.

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    The Town Hall building hosted social events when it was new, as Parvo Hall. Photo by Joel Page.

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    Arundel Antique Village offers vintage items by scores of vendors. Photo by Joel Page.

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    Cyclists cruise along on the town’s stretch of the Eastern Trail. Photo by Joel Page.

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    Considering these distances, just staying in Arundel sounds like a fine option. Photo by Joel Page.

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