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... Common Ground Fair!! http://www.mofga.org/theFair All I keep thinking is how super friendly everyone is, within 30mins of meeting someone it won't be uncommon for them to offer you a lift to the airport , invite you for dinner, offer to do your laundry, introduce you to everyone they know! Its lovely. Americans must get a real shock when they travel to the UK. Anyway gotta go I've got a lunch meeting with Deb from ...
... there is an old naval prison that has been closed for some time, a great structure, too bad they couldn't do something with it, we then drove to Portland, found our hotel and then went to dinner on the water front. We ate at the Portland Lobster restaurant, Karen had scallops which were pretty good and I had salmon which was burned, not so good. It was a fun restaurant with not so good ...
... got along really well - not to toot my own horn but I’m sure she enjoyed giving me a haircut. In the end because she was so good I ended up paying $30 and tipping her $5 - hiring a bike and riding it along south beach - riding the swoop - an open 6 seater vehicle which plays loud music and will take you anywhere on south beach for free, all we had to do was tip the driver. - the water at the beach - so warm! Really nice colour too :) - just exploring and finding ...
... which ground down the softest rock but left the harder stuff, resulting in the numerous bays, rivers, coves, harbors, peninsulas, and rocky islands that so define the ME lifestyle today. We loved exploring the quaint little fishing villages that dot the peninsulas and were surprised by how small and rural they were. We were expecting larger towns. We had debated about investing the time and money to travel to Quebec City for such a short jaunt ...
... over the Atlantic in the distance, and the chilly wind blowing salty spray from waves pounding the rocky shore, we got a taste of quintessential Maine. You can only imagine the isolation of the keepers of old, toiling alone day after day to keep the oil light burning in the light house. From there, we continued our exploration of the Mid Coast of ME with a short stop at Pemaquid Beach, one of the few sandy beaches in the area. It was too cold to swim, so we didn't hang ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility