Captain Sawyer House Bed and Breakfast
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... headed into Greenville for some shopping and some lunch. When we were at lunch we spotted a chipmunk it was cute. When we got back to the lake mum decided to get an up close look at it and slipped over. The next day we woke up early so we could pack the cars and make our way back to camp but not without stopping for the best bqq cheese burgers ever it was called Spring creek barbecue cook house. It was a nice quite night at camp before we headed out tomorrow for ...
... tells us. There are only 1.3 million people in all of Maine, and it has the oldest demographic of anywhere in the nation. Most people here are between 50 and 64 years old. “The young people leave Maine as soon as they can. There just aren’t any jobs here.”
Phil takes us to a grocery store where we stock up on the trail foods we didn’t want to bring on the plane, and get some chicken to grill for dinner. Or Julie, Grace, and ...
... that night! It did not even occur to us that this would be possible but apparently it was one of the best and strongest showings of the year!
We did cut our stay short because of the rain and headed to Quebec City instead.
On our way we stopped at one of the most bizarre little, mosquito ridden ...
It often takes seeing the big picture to understand the beauty in small things. That is what we discovered this morning as we boarded Jack's Air Service in Greenville, Maine to see the colors of fall. Caroline, Thomas, Mark and I made plans to take a seaplane ride to view the changing of the leaves, which happened to be peaking this particular weekend. For 30 minutes we traveled around Moosehead Lake in a single prop Cessna ...
... saw you inside the jerky shop!" ... omg, he was one of the men staring at me while I bought my jerky! We got to talking and turns out he owns a local Highland Cattle farm, The Wee Bit Farm, just outside of Bangor (yes, in case you were wondering, he is scottish and does have an accent). He used to be Boston PD and retired just to own his own cattle farm like he'd always wanted. He also is the soul supplier of Mark's favorite restaurant, Fiddlehead, which is why he was in Bangor, to ...