The Chadbourne House

Address: 19 Shackford Street, Eastport, Maine, 04631, United States | B&B
 
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Travel Blogs from Eastport

Goodbye Canada, See you Soon!

A travel blog entry by ktchris on Oct 12, 2014

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We really enjoyed Fredericton but it was time to move on. We decided to drive to St Andrews to enjoy a last little bit of Canada before heading into the USA. You can see the USA across the water as it is on a little peninsula jutting out of New Brunswick. We parked at the entrance to Ministers Island and watched the tide come in. A low tide it is possible to drive out to the Island on the sea ...

West Quoddy Lighthouse

A travel blog entry by carmarmax on Oct 11, 2014

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... 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 ...

Reversing Falls, Eastport, Maine, and Mustard

A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Aug 27, 2014

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Yesterday we decided that we would check out the Eastport area since we could see it across the water almost everywhere we went.

About mid morning, we headed out for Eastport and decided on the way to check out the reversing falls near Pembroke, Maine. We finally found the point where you can see the action of the water as the tide flows out of Dennys Bay and Whiting Bay and into Cobscook Bay. We had ...

Day 8- Sailing and Whaling

A travel blog entry by janmariewv on Sep 14, 2012

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... naturalist who really caught everyone with her enthusiasm and knowledge and was eager to answer any questions. We saw minke whales, seals, harbor porpoises, and an incredible number of eagles-easily two dozen, often three or four at a time flying and perched in the trees on shore. We also went by the “Old Sow” – the largest tidal whirlpool ...

Horton hears a who.

A travel blog entry by vickymack on Jul 22, 2012

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... evening. Lunch was just sandwiches but I love it! After was the lower camp play - WINNIE THE POOH!!! Not gonna lie I'm super jealous of the kid that played pooh. I was telling my campers that my mum painted winnie the pooh on my wall cause I loved it so much...but they didn't believe me - guess in their home their nanny does all that stuff ;) There was also a short dance show after. The counsellors had some time to go out and be free, but no one really took it ...