Betsy Ross Lodging

Address: 61 Water Street, Lubec, Maine, 04652, United States | B&B
 
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      West Quoddy Lighthouse

      A travel blog entry by carmarmax on Oct 11, 2014

      14 photos

      ... picnic tables on the lawn; there was a fence protecting people from falling off the edge, and the place had clearly been prepped for the American tourist. Nonetheless, the lighthouse was beautiful and magestic and had a long history of helping sailors through the fog. The day was only getting chillier, so we didn't stay long.

      We were hoping to stop for lunch in town, but the place we were interested in had burned down, so we decided ...

      West Quoddy, Maine

      A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Aug 25, 2014

      10 photos

      ... in a cove and that our site is looking out over the water. After getting set up, we drove to the lighthouse in West Quoddy State Park. According to experts here: Eastport, Maine is the most eastern city in CONUS, Lubec, Maine is the most eastern town, and the lighthouse in West Quoddy State Park is the most eastern point. Actually, there is a rock outcropping in the water a few yards beyond the lighthouse that are more eastern than ...

      EAST

      A travel blog entry by olytrains on May 28, 2014

      2 comments, 8 photos

      ... She talked our war off for almost a half hour. Then there is the motel owner, Brian. Brian gave us more information about the area than we could even use. Then there is the gentleman we met at the motel, we never got his name. He to was very informative as to where to eat in town. We ran into him again in the parking lot of the lighthouse/trailhead. He had ridden his bike the 4 miles out the the lighthouse for exercise. ...

      Back in the USSA. Day 882.

      A travel blog entry by bri74 on Oct 08, 2013

      21 photos

      ... The owner said camp where you like and it's $20. It was cold and windy so we pitched by the bank and reeds.
      Shell went to bed at 6.30 as it had already gotten dark. I stayed up and typed this up in the dark.
      Once I finished I went up to the toilet block. There I sat doing my business when someone else came in and did their thing. As they left, without washing their hands I might add, they turned the frickin light off ! ...

      Why was the Cadillac called Cadillac?

      A travel blog entry by omilders on Sep 01, 2012

      2 photos

      When we were in Acadia National Park we read a lot about the history of the area. And than you will find some amazing things. A remote and seemingly insignificant area as Mount Dessert Island, named because it looked so desolate, was for centuries the focal point of the French and English. They both wanted control of the area.

      Now at one moment there was a guy called Antoine Laumet, a French lawyer who came with his bride to ...