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Daggetts' dock on Cape Porpoise.
Hugh Stewart

Up and down Maine’s 5,000-mile coastline (its length is attributed to the countless finger-like promontories and land “reaches”) lie dozens of weathered cedar-shingle shacks, awning-covered take-out windows, and freestanding seasonal restaurants where the menu revolves around a single ingredient: lobster.

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