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Maine - quaint towns and fishings villages that are not touristy

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Could someone recommend the names of quaint towns and fishing villages that are really nice with local people - not many tourists. We like to walk around, take pictures and of course eat anything lobster and shop! We will be vacationing next month and would appreciate any other information about the coastal areas. We've been to BoothBay Harbor, Camden and Bar Harbor eight years ago......love Maine!!! Thanks

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