Casco Bay

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Cas·co Bay

 (kăs′kō)
An inlet of the Atlantic Ocean in southwest Maine. The bay, with its hilly islands, is a popular vacation area.

Cas′co Bay′

(ˈkæs koʊ)
n.
a bay in SW Maine.
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Her yearly vacations to Bailey Island in Casco Bay, Maine are times where memories were made and are now treasured.
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Her favorite columnist is Ellen Goodman, especially when she writes about her summer vacations at Casco Bay, Maine.