Captain A. V. Nickels Inn
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... find anything on our travel route. Plus we had booked a chiropractor
appointment for Ben so we drove through Portland Maine to Portsmouth
NH. While Ben had doc appointment the rest of us hung out in the
carpark of a lovely old church. The buildings here are quaint and
old. Then we went to Fort Constitution which was on the waterfront
and had a lovely view across the water. The Fort was on a working
Coastguard site ...
... embracing long walks around town (as you'll see from my recent Fitbit scores!) taking in the crisp fall air and the beautiful views of leaves changing colors. Unfortunately, with fall comes the inevitable: pumpkin flavored everything and no more refreshing trips to Gifford's for ice cream. So, on the last day that reached 75 (as all temperatures are now in the 60s) Mark and I drove to Gifford's to enjoy one ...
... we had to be up and at 'em for our white water rafting trip in Millinocket. We were going down the Upper Penobscot River which boasts one of the top 3 hardest Class V rapids in the country (Cribworks). We were pretty positive we were in over our heads. We got on the road a little late, and due to terrible road conditions, had trouble ever reaching speeds of 10 mph in some parts. That put us in to the meet up spot only 25 minutes later than we were supposed to be there (and ...
... rolls were thick and straight from the oven so it made up for the buttery soup. Again, we had to have the blueberry pie for dessert, which we cleaned the plate. It still hadn't stopped raining, so we headed home to watch a movie before Mark came home from the airport. His flight was delayed and didn't get in until well after midnight.
Monday came and we woke up slowly, ate some breakfast and watched TV until it was time to drive to Portland at 11:30. Sadly it was ...
... Harrelson, pretty cool little bar. Had a wander across the city park passed some golden ducks and onto a t-shirt stall, after a bit of cheeky bartering I got a new t-shirt. I've still got the cheekiness.
Headed of on a long drive up to Bangor, Maine. Took about 4 hours. We wouldn't be going any further north than this though as we weren't far from Canada. Went to a bar called the Seadog and it had karaoke on, surprisingly they were bloody good. Makes a change.