Captain Swift Inn
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... and then took a leisurely ride back to the campground. On the way, we spotted an inland lake with huge rock formations rising out of it. Apparently, it was a private lake and the only way to see it was from the road.
We spent some time at the campground relaxing, reading, taking Beckett for a walk and napping. This campground is nice and quiet, so we enjoyed the afternoon.
Around 2:00, we drove back to ...
... mad is that it had a very good rating in our campground book.
Once again we rain into a lot of traffic. We have never experienced this in any of our travels before. It was constant stop and go all through Massachusetts, New Hampshire and into Maine. We also saw so many "almost accidents" with people cutting in and out of traffic. Very tiring.
... yesterday. We liked that. After the usual breakfast, we did our usual Lane Island walk. Round trip I think was about 2 or 3 miles. The sun came out while we were walking and it immediately got quite warm. It was about noon time when we came back to the hotel. We then again walked to the red truck Greet's Eats and brought back lobster rolls and fancy fries. I got a crab roll in addition. Last day's pig-out :-)
After lunch, we sat in the room and relaxed for a while. ...
... manager (or owner?) immediately brought them menus. He passed us right by and paid no attention to the fact that we were just sitting there with nothing in front of us. Finally our waitress came. Guess who she was? Sarah! Phil's daughter! She served us and did a decent job.
The food at Haven was very good. Compared with Salt, it is hard to tell which is better. My lobster chowder and salad, Bob's chilled avocado soup and salad, both were excellent, ...
... drive off of the highway in Lewiston we were first greeted by a very dated 70's-style athletic building. Mark and I both scrunched up our faces ... good thing the next street house a brand new, state-of-the-art Lacrosse field and two beautiful red brick buildings, one an athletic house and the other, a glass-walled dining hall. Bates was a couple blocks long and a couple blocks wide and more closely resembled the iconic college campus with big lawns and quads. ...