Jeff and Lori predicted they would come in last at Saturday's Maine State Clam Shucking Contest at the Yarmouth Clam Festival and they were right. But they had a great time celebrating their impressive finish.

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Either way, a tried and true Maine tradition was honored and proved to be a quintessential part of the three-day festival that included everything from great food, i.e. delicious fried clams, lobster rolls and blueberry pies, the annual firemen's muster, lots of live music, fireworks, amusement park rides, and arts and crafts galore!

According to WMTW, more than 130,000 people attended the three-day Yarmouth Clam Festival this weekend. Credit: Robert Cook
The fried clams were just one of many great food items that were available during this weekend's Yarmouth Clam Festival and they were delicious. Credit: Robert Cook
Several Yarmouth area fire departments competed in the annual firemen's muster on Saturday during the Yarmouth Clam Festival. Credit: Robert Cook

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