Captain A. V. Nickels Inn
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... you look there is a flag proudly flying. Whether it's a flagpole in the front lawn or a row of flags on the electricity pilons as you drive down the country roads, the national pride is evident. Even the graves we saw had flags instead of flowers.
After a full day, we are back in our lodgings with the fire going and feeling very content. We have mapped out our last day in Maine tomorrow and then heading on to Vermont.
... was fill up our gas tank at a whopping 95cents a liter! They do things in Gallons here so we are still trying to figure out the equivalences of everything but we know one thing’s for sure that it’s cheap! We drove straight to Bangor, Maine, the home of Mr Stephen King, avoiding the highways and enjoying the old houses and color changing trees as we went. When we got there ...
... XXX), but it is in the RV! Oh well, we improvise. Isn’t this what it is all about?
We are advised to drive past the early-morning crowds and drive down to the lower south parking lot where we will hike north on the Gorham Mountain Trail to the top of Gorham Mountain. As stated in a previous blog entry; trails are marked with three levels of difficulty: easy, moderate, and strenuous. This hike is deemed: moderate. Steep grade with some ...
... On our last evening together we reminisced about our last 16 days together: from the picturesque drives along the north shore of the St. Laurent seaway and the Gaspe peninsula, to seeing the beautiful white beluga whales, to watching the seals at Forillon watching us, to the interesting people we met along the way (the owner/artist at the Godbout Inuit museum, Paul-Andre at Monts Pierre, fisherman in Saint Godefroi, and ...
... Much like a hog would be cooked Hawaiian style.
On Thursday, we gathered for our initial caravan orientation and the Bean Hole Bean dinner. The dinner consisted of the Bean Hole Beans (soaked dried beans, seasoned, with chopped bacon), grilled hot dogs, slaw, and a fresh roll – very good and so “comfort food”. For desert, we had a Good Texas sheet cake with a very chocolate icing – delicious!
Tomorrow, we begin our adventure. ...