Betsy Ross Lodging
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... and crackers for supper. Pretty clear we were back in Canada. In the morning the temperature was in the -20's and it was COLD! Had a quick breakfast at the hotel, warmed and packed the truck, and off we went. Weather was cold but the roads were clear and dry all the way home. Pulled in about 4:30 - home ...
... 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 ...
... it to be like the Midwest or Florida. I don't recall seeing more than a dozen widely spread newer homes, no developments or growth in the small towns. I'm sure inside the walls many are very nice, but I am grateful for our guidelines that keep our neighborhoods and small towns beautiful.
We arrived in Calais, Maine which is the cross over bridge into Canada. It is as far east and close to Canada as ...
... to St Andrews. We were heading there to meet a friend of Tammy's and pick some thing up that she sent down for Michelle.
Heidi and Morris the friendly cat invited us in for a brew. Heidi, like most Canadians is obsessed by the weather so the weather channel was on 24/7 in her kitchen. That's OK by us as we live by the weather at the moment. Always needing to know which direction to go to dodge the nasty stuff and always needing ...
... a year on Lighthouse Days. Unfortunately that wasn't today, but we got the sunset show instead.
Slowly, subtle frosts blush the sky before the sun makes its way over the horizon. When the sun recedes, much deeper shades of pink, peach, lavender and rose emerge to brighten the entire sky. The new colors reflect the sea and New Brunswick's cliffs across Passamaquoddy ...