Bayside Inn Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We marveled at our glorious day, recounting our experiences meeting friendly Mainers and visiting their quaint villages.
I tossed and turned, fitfully trying to sleep. I couldn't believe that tomorrow would be the last day of the bike trip...
... along the way with the plan to continue on our destination until we find one that can fix our problem within a reasonable timeframe. The first one Jim calls passes the test answering the series of questions regarding the ability to fix a broken slide room. It seems to have real potential of being a professional repair facility that will be able to do the work in a reasonable timeframe. Do we hear laughter from the audience? Hey, this is going to be the ...
... It is such a beautiful church that my parents had Pamela Rattray Brown to create a watercolor painting of the church from a picture my dad took in the early 1980s. We asked a man for directions to the church, and he gave us what I thought would be reliable directions because he seemed so confident. Well, we drove the route he gave us, but unfortunately, there was no rock church and the sun was setting. I was very ...
... and drove and drove some more. We left Vermont behind and wound our way across New Hampshire.
Around 7 PM we finally reached Boothbay Harbor Maine. What a cute and beautiful little town. Exactly what you'd picture Maine to be. Beautiful blue water filled with sailboats and fishing boats. Homes lining the shores and restaurant decks dotting the shoreline in between. We rented a cottage ...
... the summer. I did manage to go to the Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum on campus, named after Bowdoin grads and Arctic explorers Robert Peary and Donald MacMillan. Bowdoin College and its grads have been heavily involved in Arctic Exploration for a century and a half, which I guess makes sense because Maine isn’t all that far from the ...